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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

John Lewis endorses Obama

"Something is happening in America"

Civil rights leader John Lewis dropped his support for Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential bid Wednesday in favor of Barack Obama. The Atlanta Democratic congressman, also a superdelegate, is the most prominent black leader to defect from the Clinton camp in the face of nearly unanimous black support for Obama in recent voting.

NBC's Andrea Mitchell interviewed Lewis about his decision to switch his endorsement from Clinton to Obama. Lewis told Mitchell that the decision was extremely difficult, "much tougher" than when he helped lead the famous march on Selma, Alabama in 1965. Lewis had his head smashed in during that particular incident. Watch the video of Mitchell's interview with Lewis below:

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Blogger Human said...

Another SuperDelegate! That 21 since Wisconsin!
In other Obama NEWS - The two sons of Ann Richards, the late former Texas governor, are objecting to an Internet video published by Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign that suggests their mother would have supported Clinton.

title="comment permalink">February 27, 2008 10:06 PM  
Blogger Human said...

I'am on Senator Dodd's email list. This is what hes says to his supporters -
We have been through a lot in this past year and your friendship and support have meant so much to me. That is why I wanted to let you know of my decision to endorse a Democratic candidate for President - and that I have decided to support Barack Obama.

We all understand how much is at stake in this election and that it is more important than ever that we put a Democrat in the White House.

And while both of our Party's remaining candidates are extremely talented and would make excellent commanders-in-chief, I am throwing my support to the candidate who I believe will open the most eyes to our shared Democratic vision.

I'm deeply proud to be the first 2008 Democratic presidential candidate to endorse Barack Obama. He is ready to be President. And I am ready to support him - to work with him and for him and help elect him our 44th President.

Put simply, I believe Barack Obama is uniquely qualified to help us face this housing crisis, create good jobs, strengthen America's families in this 21st century global economy, unite the world against terrorism and end the war in Iraq - and perhaps most importantly, call the American people to shared service and sacrifice. In this campaign, he has drawn millions of voters into politics for the first time in their lives and shown us that we are united by so much more than that which divides us.

That is why I believe the time has come for Democrats to come together as a Party and focus on winning the general election. The stakes are too high not to.

The last seven years have been as difficult as any I can remember. More than ever, we need a President who will inspire us to take part in the political process and change our country's path.

Today, when we need it most, we are hearing a new call from Barack Obama. And I hope you, like me, will answer it in the affirmative.

title="comment permalink">February 28, 2008 10:14 AM  
Blogger John Good said...

If you'd like to see some REAL idiots, jump to this video on YouTube and peruse the comments I received on it. . .

title="comment permalink">February 28, 2008 9:13 PM  
Blogger Human said...

John, It's so revolting to know that there are so many ignorant people who think they think and are so sure they are right. I see so many comments from people, who by the content one can assuredly tell they never watched the video, clicked on the link or tried to research the subject themselves.

I did leave a comment. Different name though. I bet you can tell who I am, I made it kinda easy for you.

title="comment permalink">February 28, 2008 9:36 PM  
Blogger John Good said...

I picked it right up. =) As for the commenters, refer to my P.O.A.C. poster at the bottom of my right sidebar. ;)

title="comment permalink">February 28, 2008 9:39 PM  
Blogger Human said...

LOL. Yeah, that's one of my favorites. I have 2 t shirts from POAC. One is with the Young Woman on it that the text reads, "Sure you can be President, You Just Leave those Reproductive Choices to us Men Folk"

title="comment permalink">February 29, 2008 8:58 PM  

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