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obamashow Donating Member (43 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-27-08 07:37 PM
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Obama: Yesterday and Today
Edited on Sat Sep-27-08 08:21 PM by obamashow
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Obama: Yesterday (last night) and today;

........when he gave a speech (about last night) in Greensboro, North Carolina.

It's pronounced, "President Obama" - Commander-In-Chief!

In about 30 days, Obama will become President and George W. Bush will soon jealously leave office.

Why didn't McCain look at Obama? McCain was depersonalizing Obama, verging on an act of subliminal racism.

Why didn't Obama:

Talk about how the nation's unemployment rate has soared from 4.2 to 6.1 %

Confront McCain about his selection of Sarah Palin as Vice-President; instead, McCain GLOATED over his selection of Sarah Palin. Obama should have come out swingin' and upset McCain's equilibrium and engage his Inner Hothead right off the bat! Obama could have achieved this by putting McCain in the unenviable, untenable position of having to defend Sarah Palin. This is a battle McCain couldn't have won.

Or, Obama could have come out and said, "Look directly at me, Sen. say you're really good at staring down folks; well, stare down this:
I want all the voters who are too young to remember, to Google: Keating and John McCain. There he stands, Ladies and Gentleman: Mr. Keating Five!

McCain would have blown a gasket and been knocked off his pre-planned rhythm all night long, plus that message would have went down in history with all the other famous, well-noted catch-phrases of Presidential debates gone past.

Ask McCain why he voted AGAINST the GI education bill for Iraq soldiers returning home from Iraq? Why did you vote against the G.I. Bill?

just a few points................r o n

p.s. I put this video together and I have many more to post, especially the next one about how the $700 billion BAIL OUT is such a ripoff; the majority of Americans polled are AGAINST passing this $700 billion corporate welfare rescue mission; I wish Obama would STOP supporting this damn bill.

Hope? I hope Obama stops supporting this $700 billion giveaway.

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harun Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-27-08 07:59 PM
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1. WOW, that was awesome. If enough people in the South here that kind of talk
this election is OVER.

I think Obama has entered a new phase of the campaign with putting more heat on McCain. He is doing a great job.
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Hope And Change Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-27-08 08:06 PM
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2. K & R!Thank you so much for posting this great video!
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