Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Obama Campaign Need To Focus On Obama - Not Palin

Well Sarah Palin has had her 15 minutes of fame. Now it's tome to get back to the real issues. The Obama campaign needs to push their message out in front of the press, and it should be the message of his narrative, not that of the "Trojan Moose", Sarah Palin.

Palin is not the issue in this campaign, she is a symptom. She shows the McCain campaigns real agenda and its not a pretty one. McCain is far from the mavrick he protrays, he has become a Bush loyalist and his VP is an extreme right-wing radical, not a reformer.

Obama is a genuine progressive, with a story that mirrors the American story. He worked his way up through life, giving back to the community and doing his best to help make his community and our country a better place. Obama embodies the spirit our country was founded upon. He shows how work, determination and hope can lead to a better life for everyone.

It's time to refocus the campaign on Obama and his principals. It's time to see more crowds of people cheering "yes we can". It's time to get back on message and let the brief stardom of Sarah Palin fade as the scandals that surround her grow more visible.

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