Sunday, February 10, 2008

Obama Wins Maine Caucus

Barack Obama supporter Pak Lul, who recently became an American citizen and was originally from the Sudan, leaves the caucus in Arrowsic, Maine, on Sunday.

I LOVE this for so many reasons, and don't think I'm not cracking up at NBC finding one of the 10 Black people that live in Maine...LOL

According to

With 70% of the Precincts reporting:

Obama - 58 %
Clinton - 41 %


Anonymous said...

And a Grammy!!

All-Mi-T [Thought Crime] Rawdawgbuffalo said...

hope he can pull ohio and texas. nice spot. let me know what u think of this The father of Jim Crow

Anonymous said...

Congrats, I know the news lately has met with your approval, and I heartily concur.

Anonymous said...


Hillary DOES NOT HAVE OHIO LOCKED UP ! In fact, this past Sunday, Ohio's Largest Newspaper (Cleveland Plain Dealer) gave a wonderful endorsement to Barack Obama. Below are a few excepts. Funny....we're not hearing that on the news at all.....So it's up to you...The Obama Warriors to SPREAD THE WORD !

Ohio's Largest Newspaper Endorses Obama !

...Given these similarities, Ohio Democrats have to ask themselves which candidate is more likely, first, to win the White House, and, then, to persuade a closely divided country to embrace his or her vision of change. Put even more pointedly: Who is more likely to change the world of a child born in 2008?...

...The answer, we think, is Barack Obama.
Although Obama stands on the precipice of a historic breakthrough, his personal story is a classic only-in-America saga: A white mother from Kansas. A black father from Kenya. A childhood in multi-ethnic Hawaii. Scholarships to Ivy League schools. Work as a community organizer and later a law professor in Chicago. Two terms in the Illinois Senate, then a landslide election to the U.S. Senate. An electrifying keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
That speech laid out the template for this campaign. He has challenged America to move beyond rigid racial, religious or partisan divides to focus instead on shared, national goals. It's a message that appeals to young voters and independents, to disillusioned Democrats eager to regain a sense of possibility and, yes, hope.

Hillary Clinton is an exceptionally bright and accomplished woman. Only a fool could dispute that. It would be nice if Obama's policy proposals were as meaty as those she has put forward. It's no wonder she wants Democrats to see this race as a choice between résumés.
But in a campaign where history matters, she carries an inordinate amount of baggage. Who wants to relive the soap operas of the 1990s?
America needs a fresh start. Barack Obama is the Democrat to provide it.

Cleveland Plain Dealer Feb.10,

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