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Monday, June 9, 2008

Barack's campaign is making some serious mistakes.

I am of the opinion that Barack is an arrogant man. His arrogant message gave hope to young and liberal voters in the primary. His arrogance has caused him lose sight of where he needs to be campaigning. He must be pounding Michigan and Pennsylvania, but instead he is focusing on expanding the map into the south. States such as Virginia and North Carolina. The fact of the matter is if he wins those two states it will be blowout.

He is giving John McCain an opening in the rust belt. I am beginning to think he may be recognizing that cannot compete in the rust belt. If he tries to win this election by picking up, Colorado, Iowa, New Mexico, and Virginia. While giving McCain Ohio and Michigan. This would leave Pennsylvania up in the air.

Possibly Obama is avoiding the rust belt until he picks a running mate who can help him in the area. We shall see, but as it stands McCain has a very good shot at winning Ohio and Michigan.. If he makes those two pick up he may well be in White House.

I showed this before Ill show it again

Barack Obama explains his sweetie comment.
HUMOR!! It makes me laugh maybe not you. Have a look around!!

Democrat John Breaux talks about Obama's windfall tax proposal.
Similar to directly talking to terror supporters and his universal health care plan, Obama is more than likely just trying to say things that sound good to those who want "change". It is funny that dusting off the same old liberal ideas that have never accomplished anything is now considered change. Obama ia just trying to say what he thinks will get him office.

This poll is great news from the Badger state.

The poll was conducted two days after Obama got the Democrat nomination and he only leads 45-43... Head to Wisconsin McCain!! The best news is 60% of Wisconsin voters view McCain favorably .

invasion of privacy and Obama supports it.

about 40% of Clinton supporters do not intend to vote for Obama.
This could spell big trouble for Obama in the fall. McCain will benefit from his less partisan image, as it would be almost impossible to see Clinton supporters backing lets say.... George W Bush.

Obama's bounce

Obama is sure to get a bounce from all of the positive press he has received this past weekend. However as with any candidate who changes positions on issues as quickly as he gets word of what is most popular. Obama will suffer when issues come to light. Americans do not want a president who will threaten their rights to own guns. Americans do not want a president who supports any and every kind of abortion. Americans do not want a President who will drag down a slow economy with even more taxes. Americans do not want a President who insists on the same cowboy diplomacy as the present administration. Obama says he will bomb terror targets in Pakistan with or without the government of Pakistan's approval.

He will take that awful risk, but yet wants to pull out of Iraq despite its drastic improvements. Obama will say any and everything to get elected. It shows his inexperience when he is steadfast to a position such as having open meetings with terror sponsors, but when push comes to shove and he finds out how ridiculous his position really is, he reverts to the same plans George W Bush has had. I feel very confident when this election heads to the fall voters will move further and further from this Barack Obama character.

I am glad Barack got a bounce in the polls I think it shows the excitement Americans feel about the progress we have made in race relations, but I think every American wants to elect the best candidate for president not based on the color of his skin, but on his merits for the the job. Soon we will see only one candidate has the proper experience and vision to lead our country.