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Obama's second ad in Florida

The 30-second spot will air in 18 battleground and red-leaning states, including Florida. Like his other ad, it is mostly biographical.

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Darrell

Does this guy really believe that we believe this garbage? A total unknown that has done nothing is running for what office? Thankfully, the people will see through this thin smokescreen and return him to the role of anonymous senator, just like Kerry. It is embarassing that the Democrat party can't find a candidate that will actually have positions to bring to the table other than this ambiguous "change".

John

Hi Darrell,
I understand that he may seem like he isn't very experienced, however does experience really lead to better decesions, or des it merely bogg down a politican. Understandably experience will be a big argument just remember Bush had "experience" talent is not in having experience but the skills that allowed you to gain that experience. Obama is no fake intellectuals support him because there is more to a candidate than his resume. Geroge Washington, for example, and McCain has some good points but he will just push the country into more debt and more strife....which is why he is 7 points down in national polls and why he is losing in almost every swing state. So much for seeing through the smokescreen, huh?

Not Fooled

Barack Obama lives in a fine home that was partially paid for by graft from low-income housing not renovated by his buddy Tony Rezco. See "Obama's Strange Bedfellows" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNfRb87dtY4

Just think about what he will do for you as your President. Bring back Clinton!


Not Fooled

Barack Obama lives in a fine home that was partially paid for by graft from low-income housing not renovated by his buddy Tony Rezco. See "Obama's Strange Bedfellows" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNfRb87dtY4

Just think about what he will do for you as your President. Bring back Clinton!

Not Fooled

John,

George W. Bush was about as experienced as Obama and he is a case in point for not electing an empty suit puppet president. One on the right. One on the left. Old boss. New boss. Both come complete with a band of "advisors" who's objective is to plunder America. Stop drinkinjg the koolaid.

Darrell

So is your argument that he does not have any experience, and that prepares him to be President because the lack of experience indicates he has not made bad decisions? He may be a great candidate in 12 years. We should know who we are turning the world's last remaining superpower over to. I truly believe this Country is strong enough to stand a horrible presidency, heck, we came through Carter. I don't think Obama is that bad, but then again, we really don't know, do we?

Not Fooled

C'mon Darrell, we do know about Obama. He is a Chicago grafter who was nominated through manipulation of the system. And no, the country cannot take even another 4 years of a bad president. The DNC needs to get rid of Obama and bring back Clinton to get us out of this mess.

JOHN PINTADO

WHEN OBAMA MEETS MC CAIN IN A DEBATE, MCAIN IS GOING TO BRING UP OBAMAS LACK OF EXPERIENCE. OBAMA IS GOING TO BRING UP MC CAINS EXPERIENCE: VOTING ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE ISSUES INCLUDING THE WAR IN IRAQ, AGAINST HEALTH INSURANCE AND AGAINST THE ENVIRONMENT. FINALLY, LOOKING FOR A JOB AT AGE 70 OR MORE WHEN YOU LOOK LIKE AN EMBALMED CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE IS RIDICULOUS!

Not Fooled

John Pintado,

Is your arguement that Obama can out debate McCain because he is better looking? The guy uhs and ummms and cannot handle anything not scripted. I think he is going to avoid debating McCain as much as he can.

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