January 2, 2008

(Not So) Wordless Wednesday: Barack Obama

I'm glad to see the Dennis Kucinich is telling his supporters to vote for Obama tomorrow in Iowa.


Villagers, the first real voting for our next President of the United States begins tomorrow in Iowa. I support Barack Obama for a variety of reasons ... not the least of which is that he would become a remarkable role model for my 8-year old son.

Would you rather see Barack and Michelle Obama in your living rooms over the next 4-8 years? or Hillary and Bill Clinton? Personally, I'm ready for a change in Washington DC that can be felt deep down in our bones. A change that will uplift every family in America as well as every family in most other nations around the world.



21 comments:

Patti said...

Well ... I respect your opinion .. but I disagree with your choice! :) But the pictures are nice! ;) May the best man ...er .. woman ... win! Happy New Year!!

Jennifer said...

AMEN from a Kucinich supporter who is behind Barack all the way!

MsMarvalus said...

Awesome...awesome...awesome!!!

Barack in 08!!!

Shelia said...

Oh most definitely the Obamas. Not only am I ready for a change, the country needs a change. While I don't think that Hillary will be status quo, I do think that she may not represent enough change.

Kevin Thompson said...

Barack has the opportunity to bring the country together and address the concerns of working people as opposed to the wealthy.

One of our biggest challenges in the coming years for us as a country will be health care and the ability for working people to pay for the services. I wish Barack much success and offer my support as well.

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Villager said...

Patti - Care to share who you are supporting for POTUS in 2008?

Jennifer - Have you met Danielle of Modern Musings? She is a huge fan of Kucinich!

Ms. Marvalus - I'm hoping for Iowa to shock the world by being a primarily-white state (very few African Americans) to approve the candidacy of a Blackman for the White House. We'll know shortly.

Shelia - Amen!

Kevin - I hope that others will take time to investigate his policy stance on a wide variety of domestic issues. I think that many Americans will find that he is the right man at the right time for our country ... both home and abroad!

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IVENTBYBLOGGING said...

this will be a history making event, no doubt!

Villager said...

Bria - I am in Los Angeles today on the final day of a family vacation. I notice that the mayor of Los Angeles is in Des Moines, Iowa today to support Clinton's candidacy. All stops are being pulled out by each candidate. I remain hopeful that Obama will come out on top by the time I get on the red-eye flight back to the midwest!

IVENTBYBLOGGING said...

Happy vaca, Villager. I'm a Californian by birth. born and raised (18yrs).

we'll see how everything turns out with the election...Nov'll be here b4 we know it.

Kyra said...

Wayne,

Great photos! See, the calendar WAS a great Christmas gift!

Sis,

Kyra

Martin Lindsey. said...

Obama is in the process of whoopin' that !@#$%^& in Iowa so far according to NBC's projections.

the teach said...

Obama did it, Villager!! :)

Villager said...

Kyra, Marty, Teach - It was truly an amazing night. Hopefully, it will be one of those historic moments that we will each remember for our lifetime.

peace, Villager

James Brown said...

That the media gives Obama so much coverage shows that he is but a puppet for the ZOG-Zionist occupied government. That truth is self-evident.

Obama will be but a black colored mouthpiece for the same corrupt institution that is now in power. Bill, Hillary, Huckleberry and the others are all puppets for the ZOG. To elect Obama would be but to change the color of the puppet.

The only exception is Ron Paul. He is the only candidate shunned by the ZOG media. If the media doesn't favor the candidate, you can place your money on that candidate being the best for the Citizens.

Vote Ron Paul for president.

Villager said...

James - Thanks for sharing your village voice with us. I watched Ron Paul being interviewed on one of the Sunday talk shows last month. He definitely has a message to share ... and his fundraising efforts have been remarkable.

However, I didn't much care for his thoughts on the Civil War. If I understand correctly ... he felt that Abraham Lincoln was wrong to fight that war. However, I think that Abraham Lincoln was courageous in fighting for our UNITED STATES ... and ending up with a country that no longer officially support slavery.

Anyhow, I appreciate your passion for Ron Paul. I think that I'll stick with my support of Barack Obama for now.

IVENTBYBLOGGING said...

It's great to see the excitement this campaign is generating. Like Patti, i'm not voting for Obama...but it's still exciting to watch the energy everyone has...esp the youth!

Villager said...

Bria - Mark my words ... before we're done with this process in November 2008 ... you will be voting for Barack Obama! (smile)

IVENTBYBLOGGING said...

@Village-ROFLMBO! Your confidence is admirable! :)

jjbrock said...

Obama 2008, I am loving every bit of it.

Villager said...

JJ Brock - I think that the excitement continues to build this week. I feel like Obama is going to win by double-digits on Tuesday night in New Hampshire!