Obama’s Rx for Change

Clinton has quit, Obama has three times McCain’s resources, and the country is fed up with the Republicans’ war, corruption and toadying to corporations. Democrats have won three "safe" Republican house seats
in recent months. It’s their election to lose, and assuming that the
fences between rivals really are mended, it might be a landslide.

I’ve written previously that I don’t think Obama is serious about pursuing health care reform. But this week he changed his tune and said categorically that by the end of his first term, there would be universal healthcare.

In an Obama administration, we’ll lower premiums
by up to $2,500 for a typical family per year. And we’ll do it by
….covering every single American and making sure that they can take
their health care with them if they lose their job…..We’ll do it by
the end of my first term as President of the United States……

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  1. This Black HATE Vote is going to be a huge factor. Hate has been generated, fed, encouraged and even PAID (Jackson?) This hate has all but consumed hundreds of thousands of black Americans and their vote has been nurtured through careful use of words by Obama. My prayer is that Christians who are black and really have renewed Christian minds will rise up and spread the unity and love that Christ brings. Black liberation theology is just another name for hatefull greed and is racist and evil.

  2. Obama’s proposal of CHANGE requires sound judgement to determine which things should change, and which things should be kept, cherished and embraced. Unfortunately Obama and his left wing supporters want to throw out the baby with the dirty bath water. They have no appreciation of U.S. history, or the blood, sweat, and sacrifice it’s taken to make America the greatest country in the world. They seem to believe that before you can create change, first you must discredit, or destroy everything that’s come before. Obama relies on young voters apathy and ignorance of American history and tradition, which makes it easier for them to buy into CHANGE, without any sense of what kind of change is needed. Evidence of this, is Obama supporters embracing his disrespectful alteration of the Presidential seal, to further his personal ambition. Or, Obama’s black liberation church discrediting Thomas Jefferson, because of an alleged affair with a black slave. If Obama is elected President, I predict that America will become barely recognizable.

  3. Slim folks prefer Obama over Clinton or Edwards for President, according to an unusual, informal survey performed by ProjectWeightLoss.com on various web sites and social networks where the candidates’ supporters congregate. By contrast, workout buffs don’t seem to be turned on to Obama. Fortunately for the Illinois senator, of those who are fit or weight less than the average, fifty-one percent support him, compared to forty-seven percent for Edwards, who takes the second spot. I read about this at http://www.projectweightloss.com.

  4. “It’s their election to lose”
    Don’t forget that Democrats always seem to find a way to shoot themselves in the foot. The other factor, unless Obama can convince usually non-voting young people that THEIR future depends on the outcome of this election, is the white, black-hate-vote. I don’t see the South, or uneducated northerners, getting past their father’s institutionalized hate for blacks. There will be a Republican underground campaign of black fear mongering to gullable voters – fear mongering is what Republicans use best. I don’t count McCain out yet.