Monday, September 15, 2008

Obama Morning Break...It's the Economy Stupid


A long slog

That is what it will take to win on November 4, 2008.

We don't have much time. We need to get to work and get activated.

All the tools to volunteer, contact the campaign, phone bank and donate to the Obama Campaign is to the left, under "About Barack Obama."

Obama still has to raise money. He did not take the 84M public financing check, so it is up to us, the supporters to contribute to his campaign.

It is also our responsibility, as supporters, to work on his campaign and do whatever we can to make sure he wins in November.

About half the states in this country, voter registration ENDS on October 6, 2008. If you know someone who is not registered, the information is to the left, click on the blue box "Vote for Change". There you can register to vote, check to see if you are registered and find precinct/poll information of where to go on November 4, 2008.

Barack has said repeatedly, this campaign is not about him, but it is about us. If John McCain wins on November 4, 2008 many in this country will feel his boot on their necks harder than ever. The middle class will evaporate.

This election is about us, the economy, our future. The real change agent is Barack Obama.


new ad, "honor"


Lehman Brothers, GONE; Merrill Lynch sold to BofA for pennies; AIG Insurance barely existing

And the economy is OK, per McCain?

Anyone with a job now, should wonder if it will be there tomorrow, especially in the financial industry and insurance industry. Bear Stearns went under, Lehman Brothers went under, Indy Mac went under, Fannie and Freddie seized by the feds and there are many other institutions that WILL GO UNDER.

Putting McCain in the White House is the REAL ROLL OF THE DICE.

"This country can't afford another four years of this failed philosophy," Obama said after the shock-wave announcements that financial giant Lehman Brothers was filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy while titan Merrill Lynch was being bought by Bank of America for about $50 billion.

Obama's statement, issued as he prepared to fly to Colorado to begin a swing through contested Western states, was intended to serve two purposes: to link McCain with the unpopular presidency of George W. Bush and to express sympathy with the anxiety of most Americans who say the economy is issue No. 1 in the election.

"The challenges facing our financial system today are more evidence that too many folks in Washington and on Wall Street weren't minding the store," Obama said in a statement. "Eight years of policies that have shredded consumer protections, loosened oversight and regulation, and encouraged outsized bonuses to CEOs while ignoring middle-class Americans have brought us to the most serious financial crisis since the Great Depression." continue

It truly is, "The Economy Stupid!"

Obama's Statement on the Wall Street Melt Down



McCain can't attract crowds, without Palin

Palin's Private Tanning Bed in Alaska Governor's Mansion

Its Not Just Palin — Its The Message.

Republican Racism Strikes Again

Obama: McCain's Economic Message Out of Touch

Cindy McCain: Tough interviewers 'picked our bones clean'

The Map 50 Days Out

and "This Week With "The Democratic Nominee", Barack Obama, September 7-13, 2008", here

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