Friday, October 31, 2008

Kenya's Leading Paper (The Standard) Endorse Barack Obama for President

The Standard, a Kenyan Newspaper whose tagline reads "for fairness and justice" has endorsed Barack Obama for the Presidency of the United States. The Standard joins numerous other Newspapers and media houses around the world who have publicly declared their support for the democratic party candidate such as The New York Times and The Economist.
In the endorsement, the newspaper described the Illinois Senator as .......READ MORE


Thursday, October 30, 2008

The Ad Campaign: An Obama Infomercial, Big, Glossy and Almost Unavoidable

THE PROGRAM The program gave a new meaning to the word “infomercial” and, for that matter, to all notions of political advertising.

Watch it HERE (CLICK)

Executed with high standards of cinematography, with help from the director of “An Inconvenient Truth,” Davis Guggenheim, the infomercial was part slickly produced reality program; part Lifetime biography; and part wonkish policy lecture with music that could have come from “The West Wing.”
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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Now who is at war as McCain would want the world to believe?

"am American, Am ready to fight, we make history. Come fight with me?" all these shenanigans about fighting is unfounded at a time when the US should be redeeming its tattered international image. Many countries of the world view the US as a aggressor only interested in.........READ MORE


Monday, October 27, 2008

Is the new AP "Poll" a Setup for another stolen US election?

The Associated press came out with a remarkable poll Thursday. It claimed that the presidential race had tightened from the consistent leads Obama has shown over the past weeks to become one of those "too close to call" national elections. Every other poll in and outside the US point to a consistent Obama lead of between 9 and double digit points - So what is AP Up To............READ MORE


Friday, October 24, 2008

The New York Times - World Respected Newspaper Endorse Barack Obama for President.

In its endorsement, The New York Times sees Senator Barack Obama as "the right choice to be the 44th president of the United States" steer America back from an uncertain future - which is "hang(ing) in the balance after eight years of President Bush’s failed leadership, (characterized) by "two wars, a scarred global image and a government systematically stripped of its ability to protect and help its citizens"


Wednesday, October 08, 2008

McCain Sidekick and Propagandist Jerome Corsi Deported from Kenya at Midnight

McCain Sidekick and Propagandist Jerome Corsi was arrested in Nairobi Tuesday just as he was about to address a news conference to launch an anti-Obama smear campaign..........continues below

Related Post: Second McCain - Obama presidential debate transcript

Known for lying, the McCain team had sent Dr. Corsi to Kenya camouflaged as a tourist "to Kenya's renowned game parks" only to change his mission to that of distributing photocopied propaganda leaflets bound in a book he has named "The Obama Nation". The leaflets have nothing worth reading about, they are full of lies that have characterized the McCain campaign over the past weeks....READ MORE


Tuesday, October 07, 2008

'turn the page' and ignore the economy - That's what you do when you're out of touch, out of ideas, and running out of time

That the McCain campaign now wants to 'turn the page and ignore the economic mess that he has helped create over the last 8 years is both comical and repulsive. His main intention is to confuse the American Voter who has been working so hard to make ends meet just to be shortchanged by the McCain/Bush era....Read More


Friday, October 03, 2008

Raise the bar, expose vice presidential incompetence

If Thursday's US vice presidential debate is anyway to measure Joe Biden and Sarah Palins's competence, then it clearly missed the mark.

The standards were at an all time low given that all they had to do was to avoid making serious blunders. It was acting par excellence. We know Joe Biden as a barrel of gaffes, but on Thursday all he had to do was keep the lid tightly sealed lest he starts spinning another one of his many "tales" that portray him as a loose cannon.

On the other hand, Sarah Palin's job was easy - keep to the script prepared by the McCain team but throw in one or two "Joe six packs" while portraying the image of a hockey mom. She succeeded in being gaffe free but was short on substance. (READ THE TRANSCRIPT HERE)



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