Posts Tagged ‘ Campaign ’

(VIDEO) Obama’s Hopeful Economic Speech

Run time: 17:09

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHfUoxmTbEo

Posted on YouTube: January 08, 2009
By YouTube Member: CBSNewsOnline

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Hillary Clinton Talks In The Polling Station

Obama’s office evacuated over white powder in letter

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“There was a scare Tuesday at the South Philadelphia campaign headquarters of Democratic Sen. Barack Obama.”

“The office at 15th and Christian streets was filled with volunteers around 5 p.m. when one of them brought in the mail and opened a letter that had a note and a powdery substance on it that immediately set off alarms.”

“She notified a supervisor. Then, they placed the letter outside, evacuated the building and called police.”

Barack Obama at the 2008 DNC

Barack Obama spoke to an audience of 84,000 at Mile High Stadium, on August 28, 2008 in Denver, CO.

Obama Bans Signs From Rally

Barack Obama’s campaign has banned all signs and posters from his upcoming Berlin Rally in Germany, an event expected to be attended by millions and watched by millions more around the world.

Though billed as a security precaution, the decision to prohibit signs will prevent a repeat of an infamous occurrence at an Austin, Texas rally last year when several 9/11 truth signs were prominently visible during Obama’s speech.

For the full story, go to http://infowars.net/articles/july2008/220708Obama.htm

McCain declares ‘we have succeeded’ in Iraq

McCain gives a press conference under a tree near Lake Michigan.

The audio is a little tough to hear, so to clarify, McCain insisted that “we have succeeded” in Iraq. In fact, he said it multiple times:

“I am happy to stand in front of you to tell you that this strategy has succeeded. It has succeeded. It has succeeded.”

NRA sets sights on Anti-Obama campaign

The National Rifle Association plans to spend about $40 million on this year’s presidential campaign, with $15 million of that devoted to portraying Barack Obama as a threat to the Second Amendment rights upheld last week by the Supreme Court.

“Our members understand that if Barack Obama is elected president, and he has support in the Senate to confirm anti-gun Supreme Court nominees, [the District of Columbia v. Heller decision] could be taken away from us in the future,”

Chris Cox, head of the NRA’s political arm, told Politico.

The politically powerful gun rights group will split its message efforts between communicating with its 4 million members and the tens of millions more firearms owners across the country.