Obama 2008 Presidential Campaign

Democratic Presidential Nominee, Senator Barack Obama speaks at a rally in Jacksonville, FL on Monday, November 3, 2008. (David Katz/Obama for America)

  • CaDy Kitty 6y

    I lOvE yaHHHH
  • The Grand Duchess 6y

    He is such a beautiful human being....America better get it correct this time around!
  • tracy :: simplyolive 6y

    ...i agree Duchess, how DID that fool manage to win the last 2 elections?!
    GO OBAMA!!!
  • The Grand Duchess 6y

    ...I think the operative word in those 2 elections was win when it should have been manipulated!
    All I know is I didn't vote for him!
  • stan Angel 6y

    Dear President Obama


    On November first I released a video on youtube.com that I made for what I strongly believe in and in it by coincidance an image used, was also remarkebly noted by Colin Powell in his endorsement for you. (Anybody that viewes it will automatically know which one)
    (Oct 19 2008 CNN interview) I had no clue about the Image being noted by Colin Powell, untill a friend brought it to my attention just a day ago.

    The Video is called;


    "Show us the way President Obama"


    I am honored by your win, your presence in American politics and your extreme courage to change the very fabric of our nation for the better. This world sorely needs you.


    *The video is here at;


    www.youtube.com/watch?v=8r7CZARwU2k


    Love to you and your precious family

    A proud American and World Citizen

    Stan

    * Note : anybody viewing this will probably notice this very same comment on numerous images, that is because I am still campaigning for another reason, watch the video and understand why.
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Taken on November 3, 2008
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