Thursday, April 24, 2008


Welcome to small town USA Mr. Obama, what happened in Pennsylvania?

You outspent Hillary three to one just on television advertising in Pennsylvania. You spent more than $3 million trying to get your name out and your message out to Hillary Clinton's $1 million.

You still could not beat her!

Hillary has won all of the major states (see below) so why should Obama be the nominee?

Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and the Texas Primary.

We all know that if we want a Democrat President we need a Democrat nominee who can win the battleground states, just like Pennsylvania.

Obama supporters will do or say anything to try and discourage people from voting for Clinton.

What are you afraid of?

Could it be that she is a very smart woman?

Probably the fact that she would make a much better president. She sees the big picture and she takes all views into consideration. She will bring this country back to where it needs to be and help us to get back on the road to peace and prosperity.

Hillary has a social conscious that Obama only talks about and social conscious is the reason why people become Democrats!

Do your homework boys...

Obama flip flops on when he would get America out of Iraq. He, also, flip-flops on the gun issue.

He was quoted on indicating that he "Obama has accepted more than $213,000 from individuals who work for companies in the oil and gas industry and their spouses.

Two of Obama's bundlers are top executives at oil companies and are listed on his Web site as raising between $50,000 and $100,000 for the presidential hopeful.

How does this work for our economy, one lie after another.

Mr. Obama, what is this so called change you keep talking about?

It's scary when the ONLY criteria for being elected/electable is "you will bring change!" Mr. Obama and his surrogate's aka supporters one question for you.

How can you change something you don't understand?

You have NO experience of even being close to the White House, you are a rookie in politics. You don't know how the system works. How are you going to change it.

What are you going to change:

* Are you going to take away a trillion dollar deficit with your slogan?

* Are you going to reduce gas prices with your slogan?

You're in Indiana now!

It's not that you called people bitter, it was the way you portrayed small town Americans as gun toting, bible thumping, ignorant people.

So how do you think the deer hunters and the fundamental Christians of Indiana feel?

The most stark distinction between Senator Clinton and Barack Obama is that she is a centrist and he is a Liberal.

This was quite evident in the last speech he gave when he lost Pennsylvania and spoke about change coming from the bottom. That is, people rising from the bottom in protest because it takes a revolution for change.

Marx is dead and this is 2008.

While Obama's rhetoric is appealing to young minds and intellectuals it does not address the most pressing issues.

American people are now facing such as rise of gasoline prices, food, health issues and the like. Hillary on the other hand is a seasoned warrior who left Marx's behind.

Our real issue is our Economy Obama.

Hillary is by far the best candidate. She understands small town people, bluecollar workers and minorities alike. She has concrete solutions to problems, not just empty rhetoric like Obama.
She states how she plans to pay for her solutions unlike Obama.

You lead by example and change starts from the top Senator Obama not the bottom.

We've also traveled to other countries and we are all "damn proud" to be an American everyday!

Good GRIEF! Doesn't anyone do any research for themselves anymore?

Vote Hillary
May 6, 2008