Obama's Day

As they say a picture is worth a thousand words, and the vision of a wide swath of the Kennedy clan, on stage to throw their considerable legacy behind the campaign of Barack Obama is surely worth more than those thousand words for the Obama campaign and as the events of the day would show, a good number of words less for the camp of Hillary Clinton.

On a day that normally would be reserved for the President of the United States, the State of the Union speech was upstaged by a proclamation of endorsement held earlier in the afternoon. By the end of Monday night, the final state of the union speech of George Bush was already in the remainder bins, a largely forgettable tract of past endeavors, many of which have offered little in the way of accomplishment as he wanders down the final lap of his eight year presidency.

While the Bush address was all about the past and more of the same for the future, many were talking about a different future and the name most associated with the forward gazing belonged to Barack Obama.

( from  the blog a town called podunk,  click on the link below to see the entire article  atowncalledpodunk.blogspot.com/2 … 9985199537 ) –

Very good article on your blog podunker. 
It is indeed a huge plus for Obama and, in my opinion, for democracy, not only in the US but in the world.  I know that most politicians have their strings pulled by others who remain behind the scenes but the ones that were pulling Bush’s strings were probably among the worst ever.

And, like I read somewhere, it would be good to see someone else than a Bush or a Clinton in the White House since these families have been around the presidency since 1981. 

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LMAO, good one, Eso. :sunglasses:
Yeah too bad about Rudi; CNN is projecting that McCain will win Florida.


Obama '08: Because there’s something to be said for being the lesser of several evils.

I’m with you on that one.  It’ll be interesting to see how he does on Super Tuesday.

i thnk that obama will be the new president and when hillary tries to important she doesnt even know what shes talkin about and she has already lost 2 million dollars over charities .


It doesnt matter who gets in, the Dems or the Repubs.  They are both capitalist parties.  They will continue kiss the banks and big oil/corp’s ass, while screwing over the middle class.  North Americans are too fat, healthy, and smart to make a profit off of, so decent 28$ an hour union jobs have been destroyed and shipped off shore to an 8 cents an hour sweat shop somewhere, so some pig who has more money then any of us will see in 1000 lifetimes can have more and more and more.  No wonder people can’t afford mortgages anymore.  The corporation has killed its consumer base.  And you can blame both parties.  The Dem’s were no better in the 90’s then the Repub’s now.
Go Nader.