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In a resounding vote today, MoveOn.org Political Action's members nationwide voted to endorse Senator Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination for President. The group, with 3.2 million members nationwide and over 1.7 million members in Super Tuesday states, will immediately begin to mobilize on behalf of Senator Obama. The vote favored Senator Obama to Senator Clinton by 70.4% to 29.6%.
Senator Obama accepted the endorsement stating:
"In just a few years, the members of MoveOn have once again demonstrated that real change comes not from the top-down, but from the bottom-up. From their principled opposition to the Iraq war - a war I also opposed from the start - to their strong support for a number of progressive causes, MoveOn shows what Americans can achieve when we come together in a grassroots movement for change. I thank them for their support and look forward to working with their members in the weeks and months ahead."
"Our members' endorsement of Senator Obama is a clear call for a new America at this critical moment in history. Seven years of the disastrous policies of the Bush Administration have left the country desperate for change. We need a President who will bring to bear the strong leadership and vision required to end the war in Iraq, provide health care to every American, deal with our climate crisis, and restore America's standing in the world. The enormity of the challenges require someone who knows how to inspire millions to get involved to change the direction of our country, and someone who will be willing to chan
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2855 days ago
No shocker extreme left endorses the most extreme Democrate. Will help Obama a greate deal.
2855 days ago
People have already made up their mind. Organizations like MoveOn.org are active members in the political scene and have chosen the candidate of choice sometime ago.
2852 days ago
MoveOn.org of which I'm a member is a political "think tank" and as such has every right to support a candidate. Me thinks thou dost protest too much in lieu of Lady Clinton not being endorsed.
2832 days ago
I think it is wrong to support a candidate for President who is affiliated with one of the most notorious racists in American history: Louis Farrakhan. He is an outrageously hateful man. My point is that I disagree with TRINITY CHURCH'S outlines and fundamental message. And I am outraged that Barack Hussein Obama supports these beliefs. Look up youtube's: "the shocking video Barack Obama does not want you to see!" Farrakhan not only hates Jews, homosexuals, etc: He said that White people are not HUMAN, and they have not EVOLVED yet. EXCUSE ME: Obama, how DARE you support these views!
Louis Farrakhan and his hatred....you did not confess that you disapprove. I want to make this very clear: Obama depends on the white vote, but I believe that most white people are not aware that he is a member of an Afro-centric, anti-American, Pro-Black, Pro-Africa separatist church. A church who has written a list of "Black Values" and a "non-negotiable commitment to Africa."
Imagine a White candidate who was joined to a church with written "White Values," and a "non-negotiable commitment to Europe"? There would be riots in the streets-and everyone would acknowledge that it is racist.
I am tired of double standards that are oppressive, and in this case, it is Oppressive to Whites and Americans and also poor Blacks to vote for Obama.
This Africa first mentality is wrong!
The President of the United States of America should be Red, White, and Blue-TRUE. I don't care if that sounds over-the-top patriotic-because I AM patriotic, and our President should be as well. Our President BETTER be patriotic-to the USA.
Are you JOKING....calling Obama a unifier? It is this exact "delusion" of Obama supporters that is so very disconcerting. Obama is not uniting thr Republicans with Democrats, I think people might be DRUNK on Obamamania, because there is no way that he can beat McCain:
Obama won't win.
He can't beat the Republicans.
He alienated the Hillary Voters.
The rest don't vote.
It's simple math now.
Obama is DIVIDING our country, not unifying it at all....look at the Democratic votes, quite often it is very split. He canNOT win, *even* with Hillary votes-the Republicans are so happy that Obama is getting ahead because they will rip him to shreds and once again reign as Republicans in the White House.
Do you honestly think that he can get Democratic Hillary votes after this male media dominated hatefest on her? This whole insane cult of personality campaign? Do you really think the Hillary voters are going to have amnesia and forget how Obama played dirty tricks:
"Obama campaign theatrics" Are you aware that at every one of his rallies, someone faints and he pauses his speech to "save them" and be a "hero"-there is footage of this scam over and over again? BTW, he sold his rallies as "anti-war rallies" to College students (who are well-known for being liberal and against the war, but it wasn't a war rally, it was an Obama campaign.
Are you aware of the LYING fliers he has been distributing to Ohio and Texas, accusing Hillary of being responsible for NAFTA: she never called it a "boon,"-LIE, and both she and Obama weren't even in the Senate to vote for it. That's SLANDER. How stupid, and he knows this.
Also, how dare you imply that Hillary and her husband, President Bill Clinton are not worthy of praise concerning all they have done for poor people and minorities, specifically Black people.
How soon everyone forgets!!!
I see this entire thing for what it is:
It's a male dominated media orgasm for Obama. He hasn't done anything for Black people, let alone White people. He hasn't done anything!! Look up youtube: "Hillary on 35 years experience" Hillary already has a Presidential resume!
Black people want to join together and feel the love for Obama. I DO understand that. But the problem is that Hillary has done more and will do more for Black Americans than he can ever do. It isn't enough that he sits in office, that should NOT be the inspiration. He isn't prepared; he isn't ready. His concerns mainly lie in fame, and also lifting up Africa.
God Bless Africa. But I am American, and I want our President to have AMERICA on her short list, not a whole different continent.
Black people of America are AMERICAN, and they should care about their lives directly....Obama may inspire people, but everyone needs to NOT only be idealistic but realistic. This is extremely serious, and we need a President who has experience....not Obama-someone who will just WING IT.
If you owned a business, who would you hire if you were in charge of the interview....? You would look at resumes, and you would see who their affiliations are (their contacts, their referrals), and you would hire the one who would create success for your business based on their long-standing history of experience and substantive demonstrations of this life-time of experience. Would you really hire someone who said just promises?? Who simply made you feel all warm and tingly inside? "Uh, I never did anything, but I like your business, and I want to work for you, that would be nice-but I don't know a thing...so....will ya hire me? Um, No, you would say. Your business would fail.
A vote for Obama is a vote for McCain, and this has NOT been lost on the republicans: The republicans are very intimidated by Hillary. Hillary has Always and will Always have the guts to stand up to them because she is a fighter. They threw every weapon at her and she still stands! The republicans haven't even begun to load their weapons on Obama.
Voting for Obama is a disservice to Democrats because it is ensuring a Republican President.
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