Sunday, October 19, 2008

Monday Morning Jab - Why Obama will win

Unless John McCain can work a miracle Sen Barack Obama will certainly win the 2008 Presidential election. John McCain is clearly concentrating on to few states win the election.


Sen. Barack Obama's strategy is obviously much broader.




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-jag

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1 comments:

Anonymous,  October 20, 2008 at 1:21 PM  

Forward Thinking 101
using simple deduction...

looks like Obama will win the election...

the people have spoken, they want change...finally someone that will change things...hmmm...

1. The overall media controlled by you know who was totally behind Obama...from the start...

2. 28% of Obama's money was donated by republicans...and More than half of the whopping $426.9

million Barack Obama has raised has come from small donors whose names the Obama campaign won't

disclose, plus secret donors from overseas. The internet service providers (ISP) they were able to

trace were from Saudi Arabia , Iran , and other Middle Eastern countries. One of the banks used for

fund transfers was also located in Saudi Arabia. Another concentrated group of donations was traced

to a Chinese ISP with a similar pattern of limited credit card charges. 13,000,000 clustered

donations around $15 each...hmmm when he wins maybe the extra half a billion money donated can be

used for the economy...

3. it was discovered that Obama is a distant cousin of Lynn Cheney...

4. the republicans have never had the courage or concept of picking a woman as a vice presidential

candidate, its not their style... Obama refused several woman and McCain chose a woman...kind of
reversed roles...

5. All Things Considered, August 29, 2008 · The Country song Only in America filled the stadium

Thursday night after Barack Obama's acceptance speech. The song by Brooks and Dunn was also featured
in the last GOP convention and the campaign of George W. Bush.

6. WASHINGTON – With or without a formal title, Colin Powell will have Barack Obama's ear if the

Democratic presidential candidate wins the White House in the Nov. 4 election, the candidate said

Monday Oct. 20th 2008,
"He will have a role as one of my advisers," Barack Obama said on NBC's "Today" in an interview

aired Monday, a day after Powell, a republican, a four-star general and President Bush's former

secretary of state, endorsed him.

hmmm...

wonder why all the republicans have picked Obama...
maybe they want change...I guess either way they win?

they did it better this time...
very clever concept, and they get more clever every time...

we the people feel great we won...
now be happy and get back to work...

any questions....

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