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The Pennsylvania & Indiana New Deal!

People of Pennsylvania & Indiana

After years of empty promises and failed policies, Barack Obama is your only hope. And it is a great hope. You have been led down the garden path by politicians for far too long. If you want a leader who will give you the facts. A leader who will work for you. A leader who by his record cares about people. A leader who by qualification and sound judgement is the most intelligent presidential prospect for many a year. A leader, who around world people are saying “Obama is the one”.

If that is what you want, and haven’t had – then do America and yourselves a favour. Send the Clintons who do not speak the truth out of politics and the deluded warmonger McCain with them. If you get it wrong this time, then you are playing straight into China’s hands. That’s where the Clinton and the Bush / McCain trade agreements send your money and your jobs.

 

CNN finally admits Clinton & McCain are seriously wrong

Start checking out Barack Obama with an open mind – then decide – then you’ll know what it feels like to have faith in yourselves and America again! Yes you can.

PS. To know Obama, simply take a few minutes in ** The Power of One ** It’ll change your life: http://www.tellingthoughts.com/us-politics/the-pow

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  1. Thank for the insight on Hillary and Bush/McCain trade ageements…I hope this email reaches a lot of people because I have friends who are have second thoughts on voting for Obama because of his affiliation with his minister.

    Posted by Gina Jackson | April 14, 2008, 3:06 pm
  2. Thank you Thank you!!!

    I am so with you. Barack is a breath of fresh air. He is so tempered and measured. He is a stabilizing force to be reckoned with.

    I support this candidate because
    he will restore our core values as
    a United Nation of multicultural
    people with integrity HRC could only wish to possess.

    Posted by Lee | April 14, 2008, 9:43 pm
  3. Dang… This video is extremely powerful. Continue to spread it!

    Gobama!

    Posted by Cheng | April 15, 2008, 1:46 am
  4. Does anyone else find it very interesting: the Clintons (who made 100 billion dollars in the last 8 years), tried passing a health care plan that was made behind closed doors with lobbyists and 100,000 of stocks in Universal Medicine and Universal Healthcare, changes her stance on every major issue when confronted about subjects that would affect public opinion, has dealt harm to people with no regard to their well being and all regards to their own personal profit, calls Obama an Elitist?

    I think Clinton is very much the elitist and needs to sit down, and shut up. While millions of dollars are donated to their own foundation, they delight in the tax breaks and further hurt this economy. They have inflicted so much suffering on others in exchange for personal gain. She talks about our “bad policy” towards China. However, she and her husband gave China top secret weapon information and she spent a year there after her health care plan failed. They also recieved over 600,000 from Chinese business people for her senate run. Talk about pot calling kettle black, but they’re not calling her on it because then Clinton will cry and say “the media is so unfair of me and favors barack” mean while baracks struggling to overcome the constant influence of hourly memos from the Clinton camps being sent to all of the news stations. Whose the elitist?

    Posted by Brian, Ohio | April 15, 2008, 1:55 am
  5. the clintons did not help america get better
    while the gop drops big bombs, they did things to make the erosion continue seprate the rich and poor more, but quieter.

    and do not believe that the DLC clinton- leiberman -mccain-bush connection is not a scarey thing,.
    or the many bush clinton dinners mean nothing.

    do not believe the Clintons didn’t know Iraq was about or what it would cost us.!

    or the straegy of mixing it up between ireal and iran now in the nnmiuddle east.

    do we want america back ?
    or do we want to be the world military power with a small elite rich and no more middle class?

    americans will decide with their votes
    and even with no votes.

    maybe god and the devil struck a deal.
    and america can be what i claims and elect a young black honest man who will do his best fro all, we get back on a path towards heaven,

    but if we need to decide on what someone looks like or how much more powerful they appear,
    the devil wins all ,
    bye bye America, and hello WW III

    what about that possibility?

    Posted by macdoodle | April 15, 2008, 6:14 am
  6. My email to Hillary:

    Congratulations. I have been a democrat since I registered to vote 14 years ago. I have been a faithful party voter. You have exaggerated the intent of Obama’s comments, comments your own husband made when he was running for president, as malicious or elitist, when they are not. You do this for your own political gain. Meanwhile, I have lost my voice, one again, in the democratic party. It happened first with a poorly crafted NAFTA, a vote for war in Iraq, a Kerry nomination, and now your continual pushback against Obama, who has been the only candidate to truly speak my thoughts. I hate to say it, but you have proven to me you are old news and do not represent Democrats my age. I have voted every election, but I do not know how I could possibly vote for you. It is the vast Clinton-ite conspiracy against my generation. You have ruined the future of the democratic party. Shame on you!

    Posted by Jill | April 15, 2008, 9:56 am
  7. I’m an Obama supporter who knocked on doors and spoke with voters in the coal mining towns of PA this past weekend, and I’d certainly be bitter if my family had had to endure some of the things people shared with me.

    I’m not sure how the word bitter got to be a bad word. It reveals a certain savviness. To me, it just means that you learned certain things the hard way and you feel betrayed.

    The woman whose face got mottled with rage as she spoke about losing her husband’s insurance coverage when her lifelong factory job went overseas, the guy I spoke to while he lay on his couch breathing through an oxygen mask, the woman on crutches who shouted, “I don’t trust any of them, they all lie and make promises they can’t keep,” the hospital worker who told me heartwrenching stories of people whose health and lives were jeopardized by our bureaucratic, soulless health care system–the experiences they spoke of all were direct consequences of changes at the national level during the Reagan, Bush and Clinton years.

    And look who is calling Obama “elitist”??! Obama, who went to school on scholarships, just paid off his student loans recently, and gave up lucrative career opportunities after his distinguished career at Harvard Medical School to do low-paying work with laid-off workers on the streets of Chicago?

    Give me a break already.

    People in America’s most economically devastated towns might be bitter, but we are not as stupid as the McClintons like to think.

    Posted by Carlotta M. Hayes | April 15, 2008, 10:05 am
  8. Thank you for being a dedicated supporter for Barack Obama. I’m excited about the great opportunity to be alive to witness history in the making.

    God Bless, Stay Strong, and Remain Focused.

    Posted by Alisa "Starr" | April 15, 2008, 2:35 pm
  9. Obama is an empty canvas upon which he encourages others to project themselves. People love that! But lately, he keeps dropping his mask and we get glimpses of the true Obama. And people don’t like what they see; it conflicts with their projection on the canvas.

    The longer this primary gets stretched out, the more we get to see him without his mask.
    By the time the convention rolls around, his popularity will have dwindled. Pass the Kool-aid, please.

    Posted by Grape | April 16, 2008, 12:52 am
  10. Great work, John. Barack Obama is the only chance for the democratic party. Hillary and Bill come with such baggage it’s unbelievable that they have gotten as much of a pass and they have. Whitewater, TravelGate, TaxGate, Peter Paul are ALL very real things. If HRC becomes the nominee not only will she have a tremendous problem with the African American Community, but she will bring the horrid excess that the Clinton’s are defined by.

    Tim (an independent thinker and voter)

    Posted by Tim "hay" Sadler | April 16, 2008, 8:21 am
  11. How come this doesn’t make the news I wonder? Is there no one who will comment on this? I feel as though the American people have a right to know about this fraud allegation, as this person is one of the three major political candidates running for president of the United States. All I’ve heard 24/7 for the past three days is the use of the word “bitter”. Is election fraud not newsworthy? It appears downing shots of Canadian whiskey with a beer chaser and getting out your six-shooter is much more important than deceiving the American public!

    Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) is a named defendant in a civil case for fraud
    and campaign finance violations, and could be charged with criminal perjury. The
    trial date will be set on April 25th, 2008 , 3 days after the Pennsylvania
    Primary.

    The case is filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court.
    You can view all of the details of this case on the court’s web-site:

    http://WWW.LASUPERIORCOURT.ORG

    In the Civil Column, click on CASE SUMMARIES
    Then enter this case number: BC304174

    PETER F PAUL VS WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON

    Posted by Julie - Houston, TX | April 16, 2008, 10:18 am