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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. 

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Vote Now or November 4!

June 23, 2008

Senators Clinton and Obama Will Unite In Unity, NH

  Obama is whispering to Hillary, “Let us kick some republican azz!” And do you see her smiling?  She agrees with him!

How poetic is this?  According to the Obama campaign, Senators Clinton and Obama will travel to Unity, New Hampshire — a small town on the state’s western border where both candidates received exactly 107 votes in the January primary.

The joint rally is the first time the two candidates will appear together in public since Obama clinched the nomination. By embracing Obama, Clinton is signaling to her backers that she is with him and supports him and so should they.

It is also a way to stave off media speculation about tension between the two camps, fed for instance by Obama’s recent hiring of an exiled former Clinton aide to assist his eventual vice-presidential pick.

“She is deeply committed to the task of helping him bring her people back in,” said Matt Bennett, a veteran Democratic strategist and co-founder of Third Way, a moderate Democratic organization. “She thinks all this talk about Clinton ‘refuseniks’ is idiotic and she understands the difference between McCain and Obama is massive.”

Is this symbolism or what?



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