Skip to comments.McCain-Palin 2008 Launches New Web Video: "Where Is Obama?"
Posted on 09/24/2008 10:10:37 AM PDT by flyfree
ARLINGTON, VA -- Today, McCain-Palin 2008 released its latest web video, entitled "Where is Obama?" The web video highlights Democrats, Republicans and Hillary Clinton supporters in Chicago speaking to Barack Obama's lack of leadership in the Hispanic Community in Illinois. While Barack Obama promises much for the Hispanic-American community on the campaign trail, these Democrats and Republicans wonder where Barack Obama has been during his years in the Illinois State Senate and United States Senate. The web video will be featured today during a press conference in New Mexico.
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I love the last few minutes where the one guy said Obama told us himself “A vote for Hillary is a vote for McCain so now I’m voting for McCain” and then the lady says at the end Obama is like American Idol. lol!!!
Where’s Obama, Michelle and Hillary? Are the girls having a cat fight. I don’t think Michelle wants Hillary any where near Obama.
McCain should put this up on TV in Nevada and New Mexico...it’d reshape the election and toss both states over to him. They are correct in this matter....he hasn’t done anything for Latinos...EVER.
How about, “WHO is obama?”
The reporter really adds a fresh face for latinos, well spoken, pleasant demeanor, good sense of humor (much needed today) and to the point. He needs to run for office somewhere, he’s got the personality and probably the standards to have an impact.
Good video. This adds a plus factor to Latinos, I’m Texan through and through and grew up speaking Spanish and have become illegal immigrant fatigued but it’s nice to hear some reasoning instead of parroting Democrat talking points by the citizens being interviewed. These are the kind of Latinos I grew up with, we could CONVERSE and REASON and remain good friends—and still smile.
That was great! Awesome! Hot! It ROCKED!
THAT should be run on every station in every State that has a appreciable Hispanic population.
Does anyone have a link to the presenter’s statement that O’Bama said “A Vote for Hillary is a Vote for McCain”?
Shouldn’t it be “Donde esta Obama?”
¿Quien es mas macho? Barack Obama o Clay Aiken?
A really, really good ad.
love that pic of Owanna and the cigarette cause it allows a title of........THE MARLBORO MUSLIM................
Very well done documentary and really pointed out how Obama is thought of in the Latino community in his own home state and in Chicago in particular. The host did a great job as well, I agree totally!
I particularly found interesting the section where I learned Obama voted against a Chicago re-districting that would favor the Hispanic community. If there is information on this, I would think the Hispanic people should hear more about that and what was involved with that. I would like to find out more about that myself!
Along with the already-mentioned states, I think this would do well in the Northern part of Virginia (Northern Virginia). There is a HUGE Hispanic community there, and it is growing more each year (and spreading out from that Northern VA area each year too — out to the further suburbs. We now live in what is known as a very Hispanic area far far away from Northern Virginia, in fact, it is a sanctuary city where I live, and I don’t see many more Hispanics here than I did in Northern Virginia and down towards the central part of Virginia.
I believe there is a large Hispanic community in the Virginia Beach area of Virginia as well.
Very well worth the time to see the entire video.
Well done with an important message.
Awesome video, as a third generation Hispanic-American this hits home. When they talked about Obama voting to raise their taxes, as more and more Latinos become successful, I believe we see how big government and taxes are detrimental to that success. Of course that applies to anyone, regardless of race, trying to be personally responsible and trying to succeed in this great country of ours. We need to throw these socialists out, Period!
Reagan Hispanic-American, now Reagan-Palin Hispanic-American.
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