Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Obama Did It To Himself

Here is the latest RNC attack video against Obama


I remember a few months ago there was all this talk from the Obama camp and followers that if somehow he lost the General Election it would be Hillary's fault for dragging this out. I think it is pretty clear now that if he loses it will be his own damn fault with all his flip flopping. Hillary has nothing to do with Obama's Flip Flops

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

now, the latest osama news is that he is "embarrased" that americans go to europe and are unable to speak french or another language. first of all, i don't about yall, but, i can barely afford gas, and regular day to day living expenses much less go to europe! he's got it all wrong, i am embarrased barack hussein osama calls himself an american, with his facist terrorist loving self.

Anonymous said...

Could someone please tell me whether Silicon Valley (between San Francisco and San Jose in California) has a chapter of P.U.M.A.? I want to write "Hillary Clinton" on the voting ballot in November.

I have asked this question numerous times, but no one has responded.

Anonymous said...

To poster #2, I live in Silicon Valley and I've been very active with PUMA. Here's what I know. Recently, they've grown to the point of wanting to have regional/state chapters. But when I responded to an e-mail identifying my location, I have yet to hear back from anyone. I think they're still working on this level of (re) organizing.

As to writing in Clinton's name on the ballot in November, I don't think PUMA is necessarily the place to go for that info. Write in rules vary by state. It's not yet clear whether CA will allow write ins, and if they do, if they will count. (Write ins are very complicated.)

There is an organized group in northern CA meeting to plan 1) march on Denver, and 2) local event(s). I think the best place to get info for that if you're interested in "risehillaryrise". It's another grassroots org that's very involved with the Denver action. They are collaborating with PUMA on this. PUMA is fundraising to pay for buses to transport people to Denver. If you go to their web site you can find some info about it.

Hope this helps (and doesn't confuse you more)!

Anonymous said...

All I can say is, we all must work each and every day to advocate for Clinton, be it through contacting super delegates, the DNC, contacting the media, going to Denver, etc. Every day make a commitment to do something proactive for Hillary.

Anonymous said...

To poster #2, I live in Silicon Valley and I've been very active with PUMA. Here's what I know. Recently, they've grown to the point of wanting to have regional/state chapters. But when I responded to an e-mail identifying my location, I have yet to hear back from anyone. I think they're still working on this level of (re) organizing.

As to writing in Clinton's name on the ballot in November, I don't think PUMA is necessarily the place to go for that info. Write in rules vary by state. It's not yet clear whether CA will allow write ins, and if they do, if they will count. (Write ins are very complicated.)

There is an organized group in northern CA meeting to plan 1) march on Denver, and 2) local event(s). I think the best place to get info for that if you're interested in "risehillaryrise". It's another grassroots org that's very involved with the Denver action. They are collaborating with PUMA on this. PUMA is fundraising to pay for buses to transport people to Denver. If you go to their web site you can find some info about it.

Hope this helps (and doesn't confuse you more)!

Patricia said...

Obama loses the election...he can blame himself...who does he think that he is??? He's only using Hillary to get what he wants because he knows just how much the American people like her..Hillary has so much going for her....she'll always be above him....Obama is talking thru his hat for what he says....that's because he's grasping at straws...eventually...his "smooth talking" ways will fade...Action needs to be taken so that he does not become our President...we think we have problems now...put him in there and it will only get worse!!
WE NEED.....HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON!!

LoveAmerica said...

Every time Obama opens his mouth he really doesn't care who he hurts or upsets, he is so arrogant he knows those falling all over him will speak out to protect him just like Sharpton is doing right now on Hannity protecting him harm from Jesse Jackson's statments.

I was excited to see another top ranking black person speak what many of us have been feeling with each and every word that comes out of Obama's mouth.

We should give Jesse a medal for his herorism.

Hillary is truly the real democratic hopeful for November. The sooner the delegates realize it the better. Go Hillary!
Please DNC don't make us vote for McCain. Last chance Denver.

Anonymous said...

HI
So Obama is ashamed that American's can't speak another language? Well what about the illegal aliens who come over to our country and don't even bother to learn ENGLISH? Seems to me he should be worried about foreigners coming to our shores and staying without bothering to learn OUR language!

So maybe someone here can help me: How do I answer the Obama fans who say: Why would you think of voting for McCain when Obama's views are so similiar to Hillary's? They hit me with that all the time and, sad to say, I don't know how to respond to them.

Thank you
Helen

k.t. said...

helen- how about answering "what views? he changes them with however the wind blows." now fisa can become a perfect example for you with how he changes his views on an hour to hour basis!

kt said...

helen- here is some more stuff he's changed his mind on.
Instead of consistency, Mr. Obama has followed Richard Nixon’s advice, to cater to his party’s extreme in the primaries and then move aggressively to the middle for the fall.

“In the primary, Mr. Obama:

supported pulling out of Iraq within 16 months,
called the D.C. gun ban constitutional,
backed the subjection of telecom companies to expensive lawsuits for cooperating in the terror surveillance program,
opposed welfare reform,
pledged to renegotiate Nafta,
disavowed free trade and
was strongly against the death penalty in all cases.
ind on.