Saturday, August 18, 2007

Support Barack Obama by Rem Steele

Barack Obama with Stevie Wonder

The Obama Song

Wednesday, August 15, 2007 Barack Obama GQ Magazine Pictures Barack Obama GQ Magazine Pictures

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Washington Post profiles President Obama

A Series of Fortunate Events
Barack Obama needed more than talent and ambition to rocket from obscure state senator to presidential contender in three years. He needed serious luck.


Obama shows up in third place in republican poll


Perhaps most surprising of all, Obama actually finished third as the preferred general election candidate of registered Republicans, at 6.7 percent, behind Romney (21.8 percent), and Giuliani (10 percent), but ahead of Thompson (5.2 percent) and McCain (1.8 percent).

Obama's Iowa Communications Director Josh Earnest was pleased, and said the numbers reflect that Obama, "is the one [candidate] articulating a clear vision of standing up to special interests and uniting the country across party lines, across ideological lines," and that many of Obama's major accomplishments, "were done by uniting Republicans and Democrats around shared values."

"Of the Democratic candidates, Obama shows the most crossover support in this poll," said Redlawsk, although he emphasized that Obama's number doesn't hold any meaning for the caucuses. "What we're seeing at this early stage, among people looking forward to the November 2008 election, is that Obama is the Democrat Republicans are most likely to vote for."

Monday, August 13, 2007

Jack and Jill Politics: My Women for Obama Experience

Jack and Jill Politics: My Women for Obama Experience: "My Women for Obama Experience"

Kurtz claimed he "didn't see anyone reporting that Obama wanted to invade Pakistan"

In the August 8 edition of his column, Washington Post media critic Howard Kurtz noted Sen. Barack Obama's (D-IL) August 6 statement that he "never called for an invasion of Pakistan" in his August 1 foreign policy speech and that "the misreporting that was done needs to be cleared up." Kurtz described Obama as "blaming the media" and responded: "I sure didn't see anyone reporting that Obama wanted to invade Pakistan." Kurtz continued: "I read that he would be willing to conduct raids against al-Qaeda without necessarily getting permission from Pakistan's sovereign government." In fact, numerous media outlets have reported that Obama, in the August 1 speech, stated that he was willing to "invade Pakistan."


Why the CW should R.I.P.: Attacks on Obama's Foreign Policy Highlights Why We Need New Leadership

The Democrat and Republican presidential candidates, plus much of the news media, are pouncing on Barack Obama for the radical idea of achieving national security success by killing or capturing Al Qaeda terrorists like America's Most Wanted Man, Osama Bin Laden, and using direct diplomacy with our enemies, to further our interests. My message to them....proceed at your own peril.

"Limited Failure" and "Stay The Course" aren't the answer.

The reality is Obama has outflanked the Left and the Right on foreign policy and will capture Both (including the Middle) by proving what's missing from the other candidates in the 2008 Campaign: Real Leadership and Ideas.


Sunday, August 12, 2007

Barack Obama: Pre-war Iraq assesment

Obama explains the thought process that led to his 2002 speech against the war in Iraq.

Saturday, August 11, 2007

Obama SmackDown Series: 2nd Debate beatdown and mccain smack

Charles Barkley on Barack Obama

How to Create Angry American: a Bush 'N' Friends Lie montage

Obama SmackDown Series: Obama vs. Hillary - End Game

Our 2008 president has been chosen: A tribute to him

Crowds turn out for Obama in Sacramento

Walk a day in my shoes: Barack Obama/Pauline Beck

Obama SmackDown Series: CNN/Youtube Debates

Obama Girl Video

Crowds turn out for Obama in Sacramento

Obama Commercial

Common ft Dwele - The People

"My raps ignite the people like Obama" - Common