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October 29, 2008

Sneak Peak Tonight’s Infomercial – “Barack Obama: American Stories”


Tonight CBS, NBC, Fox, TV One, BET and Univision will broadcast  “Barack Obama: American Stories” .

The half-hour infomercial begins at 8:00 p.m. EST and will be a closing argument of Obama’s election campaign. At times Obama will speak directly into the camera about his 20-month campaign; at other times he will highlight everyday voters, their everyday troubles, and how he plans to address them.

Obama will hold a rally in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida  tonight at 7:30pm, he will appear on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” at 11:00p.m. EST on Comedy Central (pre-taped) and then he is ending the evening with a rally at 11p.m. in Kissimmee, Florida -15 minutes from Orlando – with former President Bill Clinton.

Every state counts. Every vote counts. 

YOUR vote matters!

Vote Now or November 4!


Wed., 10/29: Special Message From Bill and Hillary Clinton

 Hillary and I have recorded a special message just for you. I hope you will watch it and then share with your friends, neighbors, and everyone you know. What we all do together in the next six days can make all the difference. Every vote counts!


Bill Clinton

EVERY vote in EVERY state counts!

YOUR vote counts!

Vote NOW or on November 4!

October 28, 2008

Wednesday Night 10/29: Obama and Bill Clinton Will Campaign Together At Osceola County Stadium In Kissimmee, Florida (Orlando vicinity)

 Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton will campaign together Wednesday in a special late-night rally in Kissimmee.

Doors for the free event open at 8:30 p.m. and the rally begins at 11 p.m. at Osceola County Stadium.

 Tickets are not required, but an online reply to Obama’s Web site is suggested.



631 Heritage Park Way, Kissimmee, FL 34744

(321) 697-3201

For more information and to RSVP go to http://my.barackobama.com/page/s/kissimmeeBOWJC

October 25, 2008

Senator Obama And President Clinton Will Campaign Together In Orlando, FL On Wed., Oct 29

 The Obama campaign has confirmed that Senator Obama and President Clinton will campaign together at a rally on Wednesday evening in Orlando.

The venue of the rally has not been announced. Senator Clinton who has been stumping for Obama will not be joining Obama and Clinton.


July 17, 2008

Bill Clinton Ready To Hit The Road And Campaign For Obama

  Bill Clinton said today that he is ‘eager’ and raring to go and hit the trail and campaign for Obama whenever the presumed Democratic nominee needs him.  Bill also said that he has not given any thought to whether he wants to speak at the party convention in Denver. (I think Bill should speak the first night and Chelsea should introduce Hillary on the second night).

“I told him that whenever he wanted me to do it, I was ready, and so it’s basically on their timetable,” Clinton said. “He’s got a lot of things to do between now and the convention, of which this is simply one, so I’ll do whatever I’m asked to do, whenever I can do it.”

Relations between Clinton and Obama have only just begun to d-e-f-r-o-s-t since Obama defeated the former president’s wife in the bruising Democratic primary. Throughout the race which was more like a street fight, Bill Clinton portrayed Obama as too inexperienced to be president.

Since Obama clinched the nomination, it has remained an open question as to what role Bill Clinton would play in the campaign.

Just weeks ago, Obama called the former president to ask for his help in winning the White House.


June 30, 2008

Bill Clinton Is Having A Pity Party And Wants Obama To Kiss His Ass

  I don’t take any of it personally, and I don’t take most of it seriously. That’s what happens in politics.”  “If you can’t stand the heat, don’t run for president because it’s a really hot kitchen in the White House, I’ll tell you that much,” said Hillary Clinton at a rally in Eugene, Oregon, on Saturday, April 5, 2008

Hill, please talk with Bill — he’s being a spoilsport, a killjoy and a party pooper.  Remind him of your April 5 comments.


Bill Clinton is so bitter about Barack Obama’s victory over his wife Hillary that he has told friends the Democratic nominee will have to beg for his wholehearted support.

Mr. Obama is expected to speak to Mr. Clinton for the first time since he won the nomination in the next few days, but campaign insiders say that the former president’s future campaign role is a “sticking point” in peace talks with Mrs. Clinton’s aides.

The Telegraph has learned that the former president’s rage is still so great that even loyal allies are shocked by his patronizing attitude to Mr. Obama, and believe that he risks damaging his own reputation by his intransigence.


June 11, 2008

Economy: America’s For Sale!

Because of George W. Bush and his economic non-strategies, America is for sale – again. 

I distinctly remember in the late 1980s when the Japanese started to purchase significant amounts of American real estate in Hawaii.  The yen had improved and the US economy was struggling and Hawaii saw a substantial increase of Japanese tourists and subsequently Japanese investors.  It got to the point where local home buyers and investors in Hawaii were competing for the limited supply of real estate with investors from Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong and Canada.  Once the Japanese investors bought up Honolulu and The Big Island, they set their eyes on the “The Big Kahuna”.  They came to Manhattan and purchased Rockefeller Center.  New Yorkers were up in arms!  Shocked!  Livid!

It was a matter of pride with New Yorkers and most Americans. The very idea that the center of journalistic and architectural modernity, Rockefeller Center, should belong to another country was beyond comprehension.  Things were THAT bad in America.

Rockefeller Center was named after John D. Rockefeller, Jr., who leased the space from Columbia University in 1928 and developed it from 1930.  It was the largest private building project ever undertaken in modern times. Construction of the 14 buildings in the Art Deco style began on May 17, 1930 and was completed on November 1, 1939 when he drove in the final (silver) rivet into 10 Rockefeller Plaza. Rockefeller Center is a magnificent complicated beauty.  Radio City Music Hall is a part of it. It’s the home of NBC and it’s where Saturday Night Live broadcasts from.  It is the home of the iconic Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Rink which we see in the background of so many movies.  It is where thousands gather each December to watch the lighting of “The Christmas Tree”.

In the late 80s, sadly, the Japanese purchased a major slice of America’s apple pie.

Here we are in 2008, 20 years later and the Chrysler Building is for sale; the world’s tallest brick building is now owned by the United Arab Emirates.   Another beautiful Art Deco building being purchased by a foreign country, this time the super-rich Abu Dhabi Investment Council is negotiating an $800 million deal for a 75 percent stake in the Art Deco treasure that has defined the Midtown skyline since 1930. (more…)

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