Obama’s Slam Dunk?

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Thursday, October 30, 2008 at 6:01 am
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It is a narrative two years in the making. The story of an eloquent, young man going up against one of the strongest political forces the Democratic Party has ever fielded — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, the link to the party’s heyday in the 1990s — and beating her. In doing so, he attracted millions of people to his cause.

It is also the story of a young man confronting another popular, experienced politician — a war hero who promised to unite the country but whose rhetoric and tactics often seemed designed to divide it.

And it is the improbable story of the rise of a young man whose message of hope and change resonated with the yearnings of a country reeling from collapse of the housing bubble. And now it is time for the narrative to draw to a close.

Illustration by: Matt Mahurin

Illustration by: Matt Mahurin

With Sen. Barack Obama’s 30-minute commercial last night, the junior senator from Illinois began his closing moment — up to this point, the most crucial of his political life. What we heard was a reflection of how he has run his campaign — showing the American people through personal stories; the problems they face, and then offering up reasonable solutions. What he did on television — sure to be mocked by the McCain campaign — was to assure the American people that they could believe not only his individual story but in the future of their national story.

This should come as no surprise. As he did during the long, drawn-out Democratic primary — methodically, steadily gaining delegates while deflecting attacks — Obama has moved with deliberation in the closing days of the campaign.

As dynamic as Obama is regarded in the popular imagination, what has gotten him here today — 15 points ahead of Sen. John McCain in the latest Pew Research Center poll — is an ability to see, with almost academic precision, how to achieve one goal, and then another.

“You can’t wake up this week and say, ‘Oh my, the election’s close,’” said David Willhelm, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee and Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign manager. “What goes into this week has been a year in the making. Nothing happens by magic.”

Wilhelm, who is an informal adviser to the Obama campaign, continued, “Change has been the mantra from Day One, and it will be the mantra this week. The basic narrative has been consistent since he entered this race.”

Despite Obama’s lead in national polls, as high as six percentage points in an average of 10 surveys, the outcome of the election could change. If we have learned anything from history, what a candidate does during the last days of a campaign can carry incalculable weight. Ask President Jimmy Carter about 1980.

To close the deal, Obama and his campaign must, in some ways, work opposite of one another.

The campaign’s ground forces, the likes of which this country has never seen, must make sure that the millions they helped register actually get to the polls. They have to continue knocking on doors to ensure that complacency doesn’t set in. Obama’s workers, paid and voluntary, have not traveled all this way to come up short.

As for Obama himself, he must maintain his steady, cool demeanor, which, ironically, was once viewed as a political liability. But now it has come to symbolize the candidate’s sure hand in the middle of the greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression.

“It’s extraordinary,” said Dee Dee Myers, a former Clinton White House press secretary and now a political analyst for CBS. “If you look back, there have been so few incidents where he’s been drawn off message, or resorts to getting involved with the attack of the day. He responds — but he does so in a rational, not emotional, way.

“He’s almost boring,” Myers continued. “He never takes the bait. He never gets into a good side fight for a couple of days. Think how many times Clinton got off course. Think how many times McCain makes news because he has to get something off his chest. Obama never does that.”

Obama’s self-discipline has percolated to the lowest levels of his campaign. Save for the occasional wacky comment from running mate Sen. Joe Biden, the Obama campaign has been almost uncanny in its ability to stay on target and never lose sight of the goal. To those in the media, myself included, such control has been maddening.

But it has worked — and it needs to keep working in the final days. It isn’t that the media adore Obama. It just happens that we’ve covered perhaps the most well-run Democratic campaign perhaps since Lyndon B. Johnson swept into office in 1964.

To be sure, the tactical mistakes of his primary and general-election opponents have greatly served his political march to the White House. Running against Hillary Clinton, Obama and his strategists went about their separate businesses, while Clinton, who did not find her true voice and oomph until late in the season, oversaw a disorganized campaign and a strategy that paid little-to-no attention to caucus states, all of which Obama won.

McCain’s mistakes have been no less costly. Since he became the GOP nominee in September, the Arizona senator has relied on what’s amounted to parlor tricks and snarky quotes to demonize his opponent as an “elitist-terrorist buddy-socialist-redistributor” — none of which has seemed to stick, if the polls are to be believed.

More to the point, McCain began his campaign without a coherent economic vision, which has hurt him in the midst of the financial crisis. Despite months of campaigning, he will, in all probability, end the campaign without one as well.

The outlines of the campaign’s concluding week were evident in the final presidential debate. McCain flailed and ranted about Joe the Plumber. Obama came off as near-presidential. Now the young senator from Illinois has to maintain that stance while the Republican Party throws whatever it has left against the very idea of him taking the White House.

“He needs to keep reassuring people he can do the job,” said Tony Coelho, the former House majority whip, who served as general manager of Al Gore’s 2000 campaign. “He does this with his demeanor, his calmness, by providing a contrast with McCain — who’s changing what he’s talking about every other day, who doesn’t seem to have a focus or message. He needs to keep pressing on home and focus on the need for change.

“If he does this, he’ll win this thing by a very big margin,” said Coelho. “But he’s also got to be very careful that he doesn’t have people saying he’s measuring drapes in the Oval Office, or isn’t working as hard. That could cause him problems at the end. But he’s been so steady. He’s been such a real workhorse this whole race. I don’t expect him to make a mistake. He doesn’t get rattled, and he simply works hard.”

The Obama campaign has been planning for the final week — as it seems to have planned for everything — for a long time. I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that the campaign, from the beginning, had laid out a strategy that took into account any hiccup, any change in the climate here and abroad. When suddenly pressed by the financial meltdown and the economic downturn, for example, Obama acted as if he had a folder marked “economic reckoning” in his file, and had been studying it for months. That would be the folder coming before the one reading, “If they compare you to Lenin,” a reference to former Rep. Tom DeLay’s smear on”Hardball with Chris Matthews” this week.

“Here’s the thing,” said Democratic Party strategist Liz Chadderon. “Don’t take the foot off the pedal. You don’t need a knock-out punch, you don’t need to run-up the score. But you do have to finish strong.”

Obama — as even some Republicans admit — is an exceptional politician with an incredible personal story. But now he has a chance to elevate his story, to make it worthy of history.

Throughout this presidential campaign, seasoned political analysts have marveled to me at the depth and reach of the Obama organization, conceived and orchestrated by David Axelrod and David Plouffe. A win Tuesday might well redefine America’s political landscape.

Obama began this narrative with an incredible beginning, which was surpassed by an unthinkable middle. All the young man has left to do is finish.

Comments

129 Comments

Curly
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 3:16 am

Do you realise how popular Barack Obama is today? Almost as big as The Phillies!


frank
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 3:57 am

Obama for CHANGE! watch full version Obama infomercial video on CNN web site: http://cnn-election.com/index.php?q=Obama-infom… (video 36 min)


Arthur
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 7:11 am

Obama and his programs will bankrupt the country and take this recession and turn it into a depression. He will raise Taxes on all of us. First it was raising the taxes of families making over $250,000 then $200,000 now $150,000 that number keeps going down. he will raise taxes on all of us. he already voted to raise taxes on those making less than $42,000.

His policies are worse than Carter and are nothing short of socialism. I believe that Americans do not want to see the country go down that road. Obama has 0 experience in leadership and we can not afford someone who needs on the job training. Heck is own running mate has said he lacks experience and will cause America to get attacked and Obama will not do the right thing.

McCain has server longer and has the experience necessary to lead our country in these trying times. So please for the sake of our country Vote McCain.


ef
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:14 am

You are completely wrong – you haven't done your research or you are misinformed.


ef
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:24 am

“First it was raising the taxes of families making over $250,000 then $200,000 now $150,000 that number keeps going down” –> Incorrect, the number has never shifted from 250K during the entire campaign.

“He will raise taxes on all of us.” FALSE, most American's will receive tax cuts or remain at status quo.

“He already voted to raise taxes on those making less than $42,000.” INCORRECT, Obama has never voted to raise taxes for low income families.

“His policies are worse than Carter and are nothing short of socialism.” FALSE. Socialism is a political theory advocating state ownership of industry.

“I believe that Americans do not want to see the country go down that road.” LOOK AT THE POLLS.

“Obama has 0 experience in leadership and we can not afford someone who needs on the job training. Heck is own running mate has said he lacks experience and will cause America to get attacked and Obama will not do the right thing.” Joe Biden was misinterpreted and Obama has PLENTY OF RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including a 4 year crash course from senior Democrats). JUST BECAUSE HE ISN'T NEARING DEATH DOES NOT MAKE HIM INEXPERIENCED.


ED
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:58 am

“A win Tuesday might well redefine America’s political landscape”
Let me tell you why Obama will forever change politics in America. Because he has finally involved the voters in the process.
Even thought he does get a majority in the Senate, he will have enough voters on his side to force the senators to work with him. All he has to do is send an email to the voters requesting them to call their Senator and support his Healthcare or Energy or whatever bill.
Don’t forget that politicians go with the voters and not ideology. All they care about is being reelected. The GOP is learning this that hard way.


chelseabites
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 10:11 am

I'm amazed by the incredible amount of public interest in Sarah Palin. Good or bad, she's become somewhat of a pop icon. People are dressing like her to be and/or mock her all at the same time.

For instance, I found this video on dressing like Palin:

http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/668-how-to-dres…


concerned
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 12:22 pm

EF – I applaud your response. Fact based, pointed replies just like yours provide a clear contrast to the message presented by Obama and the smears, misquotes and outright lies provided by Mccain and his supporters. Its too bad the author of the above post will probably not return to read your response.

Thanks anyway.


Sarah
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 3:45 pm

Obama is full of good ideas and moral character. McCain is full of gimmicks.


Sarah
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 3:48 pm

Hilarious. You mock yourself by referring to a graduated income tax as socialism. Not even McCain believes it; he told Larry King he didn't last night. Can't you differentiate between spin and truth? Probably not, because you watch the Fixed Noise. Get real. A huge tax cut for the wealthy, as McCain wants to do, would only drive this country deeper into a recession. The wealthy and huge companies are incentived to earn. Most people in this country are barely getting by, and they need a tax cut just to stay in their homes and keep food on their tables. That's the truth. No spin.


Sue Filutze
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 3:49 pm

This man is who we need, not some hot head that will bomb the hell out of everyone, or say “bring it on” or someone who claims to be a “maverick” but doesn't even know the definition, we need his calm, and well thought out approaches to our massive problems. He really does remind me of the Kennedy years, offering HOPE instead of slander, offering a plan instead of fear. That is the sign of a TRUE LEADER. Obama will make a great President. I'm going to have this knot in my stomach until the election. I'm hoping there are enough intelligent people left in this country to see that he is the only one we can put in the WH now.


Paul
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:06 pm

Obama will raise taxes on people making over $250,000 and lower taxes on people making less than $200,000. He has always said this.
Socialism is a completely different form of government, in which the government controls transportation, banking, mining, and other industries to control the market. He has no plans to do that.
You don't want someone who needs on-the-job training? But you'll vote for Palin? Keep trying to tell yourself that's logical….


Joseph IraqVet
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:09 pm

Hey Arthur, Obama is a winner, McCain is a loser (from getting shot down to losing 2 presidential elections) .

Barack is a true leader. I know you'll tell all your starwars fanboys and wingnutty pals you're voting for McCain. But and I know, when you're in the booth with no one looking, you'll be pushing the Obama button.


Dee4Obama
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:12 pm

I feel disappointed by the title. Nothing new here.


judy
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:15 pm

Funny the Financial Times and the Economist don't agree with you.

And can you define Socialism without “the Google”?


judy
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:17 pm

It's 200K for a single, $250K for a couple or family. The $150K was a misspeak by Biden in an interview in Scranton.


brenz
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:41 pm

that's a bogus page that asks you to download an .exe file… avoid it!


TOM
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:51 pm

After the latest Palin fiasco, in a series of many, I finally decided… that I had no further questions for her, but did have one for Mcain – 'WHAT WERE YOU THINKING, WHENCE THE VETTING?'

It's no contest. Obama will win by a landslide. Future candidates will emulate this guy on everything…

Tom


beccajo
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:55 pm

I have just read that there will be ads against Obama featuring Rev. Wright on CNN and the MSM beginning tomorrow and through election day. McCain said this would not happen, but of course he lied, and he is willing to do anthing to win. Surely most people will disregard these terrible ads. If Obama loses this electiion, we are going to be the real losers. I can hardly believe we are almost to the end of this election cycle, and I want so badly for him to win ! ! !


RENO
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:56 pm

REPUBLICAN SPIN WHAT EXPERIENCE DOES MCCAIN HAVE OTHER THAN TO TAKE US INTO ANOTHER WAR PLEASE TELL ME


Get Real
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:57 pm

For the sake of our country, please go jump in a lake! McStupid will get us all killed, with his temper and attitude. He dont know how to handle China, Russia or Iran. Im scared his temper will get us All killed.


Debra
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 4:57 pm

Too little too late…I have come to realize that McCain is a old phony and I'm ready for something different. I have already made my voice heard.

I voted…..
Obama/Biden


UR A LOSER
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 5:00 pm

3M TA3


Sharon
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 5:09 pm

The BIG mistake it taking the “landslide” for granted. We must all work HARD from not through election day to make sure this does happen. He is truly brillant!!!!!!


Lynne
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 5:18 pm

Impressive! Looking forward to seeing him in the Oval Office!


Jeni
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 5:21 pm

And finish he will. With dignity and grace. He is a very intelligent candidate and one I will be proud to call President Obama, Sir!


Lynne
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 5:26 pm

The most impressive thing is how steady and respectful the entire campaign has been run. I am a volunteer and when you speak about McCain they expect you say “Senator McCain” and be respectful. They are adamant that you don't talk smears and you stick with Sen. Obama's message. It's an amazing campaign. Love. Him.


Pilatesss
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 5:40 pm

A new era of Equality is COMING SOON!!!

http://www.comingsoon.cz


Debv
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 5:45 pm

McCain is coming out with the old Rev. Wright stuff for the next few days so get ready to battle back. That man is so disgusting with his obsession of being president and he can't believe he is being beaten. He is a sleezebag and now his character is showing. He has no honor, no integrity and no self respect. This is what AZ gets for giving him the electins and all he ever wanted was to win the presidency. I get so angry that this is what represents any party and he is oblivious to what he is doing because he wants to win. If he does, God help us be assured, he will have a Democratic Congress that will kick his ass and he will get nothing done, then he'll drop dead and Ms. Dummy will become president and Karl Rove will be in charge. How could anyone ever invision such a mistake.


Karen
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 5:54 pm

Let me tell you, I looked at his organization from the beginning. When Hillary came to town, I went to the rally. Hillary's rally looked like a person running for student body president, not the President of the United States. A week later, Obama's team came to town, at the last minute I went. I couldn't believe the difference between the two campaigns….I actually wanted Hillary to win the nomination…..until I had witness to the Obama machine. I looked at the two organizations from a business standpoint. I thought to myself, “Hillary had the opportunity to start organizing 8 years ago and this is what she came up with?” The Hillary organization rented a small warehouse in the South part of Seattle—kind of the bad part. The overwhelming rhetoric was that they didn't have the time to rent anything bigger as they thought that only Bill would be speaking. I thought to myself, “If Bill were here, there would be SO MUCH more people. They weren't planning on anything going forward.” Then I went to the Obama rally a week later. It was like night and day. It was like comparing a high school student body rally to a President of the United States rally. No comparison. The VERY next day I signed up to volunteer for Barack's campaign. I knew that this man could and would win the nomination and the Presidency.

Go Obama/Biden!!!!


terra
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 6:24 pm

McCain has served his country…I will not judge whether that service was for good or bane. I do know what Obama has said…what has been in his BluePrint for over a year ( http://www.barackobama.com)..and people who make more then 250,000.00 a year will have their taxes rolled back to Clinton era tax rates.(which means 3% more)..and it seems to me that people did not lose out then. Now from 150,000 to 250,000 your taxes will not change. From 150,000 and less you will get a tax break. A bigger one then you will get from McCain. And it has been proven over and over Obama never voted to raise taxes on those makeing 42000. ever. (http://www.taxcutfacts.org)

Obama has more leadership then McCain. Why after 22 years in the Navy was he never given a command?
Aw heck, you are just repeating all the guff you are told…like a wind up doll. Biden never said what McCain is saying…well he said half of it..McCain, like usual picks out what he wants to use. Biden also said that who ever tested this “brillant” man would find out he has a spine of steel. Albright, biden and the Smart folks in the Pentagon said that any one who becomes President will be tested…just as almost every president is. Just like GW Bush was. Remember 9-11?
Mccain has a bad nasty habit of lieing and getting angry…he needs anger management. He is also about as jealous as he can get over Obama. And he is going to lose.


terra
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 6:30 pm

True the Financial Times and the Economist both went for Obama…

Its surpriseing…or maybe not that McCain still repeats the lies about Obama's tax plan.


thromulese
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 6:32 pm

Ahhhh yes. Finally honor, dignity, respect, honesty, intelligence, and respect for the law and our great constitution back in the white house.

A big sigh of relief from Americans and our world of neighbors (including the French).


Marylou
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 6:33 pm

God Bless Barack Obama, his Mother would be so proud of him..just as we are.


Michael G
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 6:33 pm

It really is No Drama Obama; he's cooler than the other side of the pillow and will not be rattled or lose focus as he heads to the wire. I think that the GOP will look awfully foolish on election night when they get their asses handed to them by “a community organizer”.


Susan
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 6:46 pm

Actually you are very wrong. McCain and his economic policies will push us into a Great Depression. The old Republican myth of tax cuts driving job creation is ABSOLUTELY false. It's not tax cuts – it's demand and consumption. The only way for business to sell goods, people need to have real disposable income rising. In the last 8 years, we've seen the largest transfer of wealth from the middle class to the top 1% of the population. The only way for the economy to grow again is if can stimulate consumption, that means growing back the middle class. The top 1% will also suffer if there is NO ONE who is able to afford basic goods and services.


Nancy
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 7:06 pm

Well put, Michael!


jc
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 7:07 pm

You are absolutely correct, he is obsessed with being president.


KatiaK
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 7:15 pm

I certainly hope that Americans will not reward Senator McCain and Gov. Palin for a run void of serious economic message or vision for restoring America opting instead for gimmicks and smear. Surely the majority of Americans recognize that voting for McCain is tantamount to four more years of the Bush policies that have spurred the greatest economic disaster in our generation. For our children and their children, vote Obama/Biden '08. After 8 years of disasterous economic policies certain to be championed by the GOP ticket it is time for change.


andie
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 7:26 pm

God Bless him and his family! Prayers for his safety and for his WIN. This amazing nation of ours needs a big change and Obama is the one to bring it. I love his intelligence and his warmth as well as his strength and determination. Time for the people to reclaim their government. YES WE CAN! VOTE!


Lavndrblue
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 7:28 pm

And finish he will…………………………………….


Grady
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 7:44 pm

Biden didn't say Obama's lack of experience “would cause America to get attacked and Obama will not do the right thing.” It just goes to show how biased your view is and/or what biased sources you get your information from. What he said was that with a new president the rest of the world or someone in it will test his metal (something that is actually common knowledge about EVERY new president, and was recently confirmed by the Pentagon). It has nothing to do with his experience, other than the fact that every new president doesn't have experience with being President of the United States of America. On top of that, Biden in no way shape or form said that Obama will not do the right thing. What he said was that it would not be apparent right away that he was doing the right thing but that people would come to know that he has a “steel spine” and he will end up being right.


melbee
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 7:52 pm

I'm in awe and amazement. I feel so strongly about this election, and having only been able to vote the last two elections, I now know how it feels to believe in a candidate and have hope for the country I am so proud to call home.


cephalus
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:19 pm

A voye for the McPalin ticket is like practicing to commit suicide


butters
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:32 pm

A “Democratic official” just leaked it to the AP that Obama's transition team talked to Rahm Emanuel about the chief-of-staff position. Talk about fumbling on the 1-yard-line. This speaks to the drape-measuring and partisanship issues. I can't believe it. Plouffe must be furious.


DEE
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:39 pm

We are too intelligent to fall for McCain and Palin’s tactics! There is too much at stake for us to let the Hate mongers in this country win, not this time! Do not become complacent or overconfident! Barack Obama CAN lose this election! Don’t worry about what anyone says! Don’t pay attention to the polls! People have had big leads in the polls and lost on Election Day! Just get out and VOTE! Vote early! Don’t wait until the last minute! Don’t become overconfident! When you are VOTING there will be extremely long lines, but be determined and vigilant! Obama must win this election! Vote! VOTE! VOTE! The world is watching!

OBAMA/BIDEN 08-12!


Ethan
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:52 pm

Endgame.

Is it time for a change? Now? Who knew it would get so bad?—economy, war, environment

In the sixties we planted the seeds for an alternative culture—-against war, poverty, destruction, materialism gone out of control.

We used to ask for “Spare Change for Social Change.”

We thought it was the dawning of the Age of Aquarius—-a new direction towards equality, humanity, cooperation, and interconnection with the environment, all peoples, cultures, plants, animals, and spiritual values of love, peace, respect, and understanding.

What happened? It got worse and worse…..desolation row, eve of destruction.

Now is the time for a change. A political movement inspired by Barack Obama has taken the seed values that we fought so hard to keep alive and energized a new generation to initiate a political power shift unlike any we have seen in our lifetime.

Support this change—in thoughts, words, deeds, votes.

In this shift we are connecting generations—–past, present, and future—–supporting values and policies that nurture humanity on our planet.

Flashback 8 years ago—-the 2000 election—-a few phone calls in Florida and progressive forces were defeated—with disastrous consequences.

This is the endgame. Change.


Dee
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:53 pm

The state of Nevada, where I reside, went from a “toss up” state to a “lean” Obama today!
This has happened because, those of us (and we are many) who have repeatedly gone out to register voters, and now continue to go from door to door with the “get out and vote” theme every weekend is paying off. We have volunteered rides for those that need transportation, for the early vote and for Nov.4th.
We are not going to let up, and not becuase Barack Obama has told us not to take anything for granted, but because WE know how important this election is for our families, and for this country.
We don't think about losing, our goal is to WIN and we will work diligently to attain our goal!


Kim in Pa.
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:58 pm

Lynne- I am a volunteer, also. Even back during the primaries, the campaign would not let us disrespect Sen. Clinton. I have never witnessed a more honorable and truthful campaign, and I have been involved in politics for quite a while. I love him, too, and can't wait to address him as “Mr. President.”


UrbanRube
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 8:59 pm

“Middle class families will see their taxes cut – and no family making less than $250,000 will see
their taxes increase.”
http://www.barackobama.com/pdf/taxes/Factsheet_…


UrbanRube
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 9:01 pm

By the way, we're already in a recession, and it's a Republican administration that got us here.


serindipity
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 10:15 pm

Why is everyone looking for a “Bronze Bomber Knock-Out”? Why must Obama sweat and scurry so people can relate? The whole point to Obama is that he is brilliant, magnificently educated, enlightened, miles apart from the average 'Joe', an ACTUAL LEADER — and well suited to lead this country out of the inflamed chaos of the “W” years.


Hillary Bell
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 10:16 pm

The Bush administration and the Defense department are asking both McCain and Obama to be ready to hit the ground running after the election. They know that the transition period is a prime time for some type of attack against this country, and they want the transition to go as quickly and smoothly as possible. I would also like to know who John McCain would choose to have in his cabinet. I have real concerns that he's going to give positions to the lobbyists who run his campaign.


Steve Williams
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 10:36 pm

butters,

You fault him for doing the kind of advance planning that this country needs? I have read that McCain's campaign is in such disaray that he has thrown all post election planning aside in a desperate attempt to pull this thing out. That Obama is already looking ahead, making plans that may not come to furition should he lose, is a sign of a collected man, the kind of man who can exert the leadership that we need.
Do you think that FDR had not planned for the early stages of America's involvement in WW2 prior to Pearl Harbor? Do you think that our military does not have plans for every contingency they can imagine prior to actually needing them? Having plans for a future that may come to pass is what we need in a leader. Not having such plans when the stakes are so high is irresponsible.


Danigirl65
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 10:51 pm

We ARE the ones we've been waiting for!! Go Nevada – Illinois here – we're in the bag!!


PatrickforO
Comment posted October 30, 2008 @ 11:09 pm

Not only is Obama personally inspiring, but the quality of his campaign speaks directly to the quality of leadership he will bring to this country. This man must be elected if we're once again to be the beacon of hope for the world.


Jefferson Thomas
Comment posted October 31, 2008 @ 1:38 am

We will see what happens on E day. The paid GOTV peeps in 04 sat on their collective ass in the Cincinnati area. They were scared to venture into the blighted neighborhoods and did not to go out into the rain. A few heavily Democratic areas in Ohio were shorted on the election machines and were forced to wait for hours in the miserable weather. The word on the street is the RNC plans to challenge voters in the cities to intimidate and slow down the process. A few counties in southern Ohio are controlled by the GOP machine and the past few elections have shown the GOP will stop at nothing to manipulate the system by any means possible. The Warren County Sheriff office actually kicked the press and Democratic poll workers out of the BOE in 2004 or 2006. They will stop at nothing.

Obama has impressed me with his campaign, he has shown a lot of class and determination. I hope he can pull it off.


pjeffy
Comment posted October 31, 2008 @ 2:35 am

This is the campaign which all others will be judged against. Get to the polls in V A, NC, FL and IN. You are the frontline (time zone wise) of the campaign and can deliver us an early knockout. Call your friends and neighbors – VOTE VOTE VOTE.


Michael Dougherty
Comment posted October 31, 2008 @ 4:59 am

Ethan, this is the culmination of what we began so long ago. Our young learned the lessons, and now we bring home the dream in the person of Obama. The Republican Party went strident and authoritarian and corrupt, but that is a death rattle, not a vision. This is the new age, and we are creating it in our lifetime. We didn't' fail, we planted the seed that is now fruiting. It has taken the turn of the generations to get to this place. Our radical vision is now emerging, offering us our one last best chance to get things right. MD


Jey
Comment posted October 31, 2008 @ 5:11 am

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Maybe it's because the title is a question that no one can answer with absolute certainty. For those of us who support Obama, the history of our elections gives us no fuzzy feelings about a certain outcome. And for those slimy individuals who actually print up fliers telling people their district will vote on Nov. 5th – - depriving citizens of the right to vote – - I want to know why they aren't being tracked down and prosecuted.


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Yes he is! It may be because many who vote don't have the same attributes as Obama, they don't verify and rely on talking points, repeated over and over as truth. And for anyone truly researching the facts, we know the Republican party knows no bounds in stretching the truth to infinity.


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Thanks for disecting this. Again, accepting talking points without researching the facts is what the Republicans count on.


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