CLOSING ARGUMENTS: The Case Against Obama

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via HotAir.com, Guy Benson, Mary Katharine Ham, and Ed Morrisey have drafted a comprehensive guide explaining why voters should NOT cast their ballots for Barack Obama. Be sure to read the article, and share with any of your friends or family who are seriously considering pulling the lever for Obama.

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2 Responses to “CLOSING ARGUMENTS: The Case Against Obama”

  1. NoHillaryNoVote Says:

    I am sharing this idea on several blogs this week where others are not supporting Obama.

    I am so tired of hearing about Obama spending big bucks to run his infomercial on October 29th by trying to blanket mainstream television airways.

    I think we need to begin to promote a “Turn off Obama-TV” on October 29th. I say – Do NOT Listen to or Watch Obama’s 30 minute commercial on October 29, 2008. Obama thinks he can MAKE us listen to what he has to say by spending all that money in order to have his commercial on several networks at the same time. We do NOT have to listen. We do NOT have to support this gimmick.

    Let’s all participate in: “Turn Off Obama-TV” that night. On October 29th for that specific 30 minutes: Push mute – Turn down the sound – Change the channel – or Turn off the television. Do not listen to any more of Obama’s hot air, false promises or his lies about McCain-Palin.

    INSTEAD for that 30 minutes do something else with your brain cells — (here’s a few ideas)

    Watch a different tv program
    Watch a DVD or video
    Listen to the radio
    Listen to a CD
    Read a book or magazine
    Play a board game
    Surf the web
    Watch YouTube videos
    Call a friend on the phone
    Play a video game
    Write an email to a friend
    Work on one of the word games or word puzzles in the newspaper
    Play the piano (or instrument of your choice)
    Do some exercising
    Play a card game
    Work on your family’s scrapbooks
    Bake Halloween cookies or cupcakes
    Work on your favorite hobby

    Between now and Oct 29th – Let others know that you are choosing NOT to listen to & to NOT watch Obama’s commercial. And encourage others to join in a national response to this media effort.

    For the record:
    I am a PUMA in VA who is not voting for Obama-Biden.
    I am a Black woman who is not voting for Obama-Biden.
    I am a registered democrat who is not voting for Obama-Biden.
    I am one of the voters who supported Hillary Clinton in the primary who is not voting for Obama-Biden.

    Please join me by choosing to turn away from Obama’s efforts to control the outcome of this election by spending so much money on a one night media blitz.

    Tell all your family & friends to “Turn Off Obama-TV” on Oct. 29th!!

  2. Pauline Says:

    Third and final presidential debate between Senator John McCain and Senator Barack Obama .

    First question on tax cuts:
    Barack Obama: “Let’s help families right away by providing them a tax cut — a middle-class tax cut for people making less than $200,000, (Clearly stated and documented in the Official Transcripts.)
    What happened to Obama’s original proposed tax cut for earnings of $250,000 or less.
    Barack is saying what we want to hear. Eloquent speeches wooing the frightened flock.

    Barack promises to bring the troops home in 16 months.
    Obama’s foreign policy adviser, Samantha Power tells the national press “Obama has No hard and fast policy about withdrawing from Iraq”. She later resigned.
    Clinton agreed with Power’s saying, “This is the latest example of Obama promising the American people one thing on the campaign trail and telling people in other countries another.”
    This sounds eerily similar to a statement made on national Television by long time friend and mentor Jeremiah Wright, “Barack says what he has to say as a politician.”
    Barack Obama deserves straight A’s for Eloquence and wooing.
    Straight A’s for saying what he has to say what the people so desperately want to hear.
    Not bad for a two year Senator, not bad at all.

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