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Obama is not a candidate for change

I don’t know of anything that will change if this man takes office. He’s still going to support Big Business and Corporate America and he’s still going to cast votes against the American Citizen and Small Business Owner. Barack Obama’s activism record is shallow in comparison to other presidential candidates that are in the running. Barack Obama supports War with Iran. Barack Obama won’t set a timetable for the withdrawal of American Troops from our theaters of War in the Middle East.

Obama is just another tool his party has put in use to convict the American voting public of ignorance and gullibility. When have you heard any comprehensive planning from this man (Obama)? How has his voting record convinced you he’s a candidate for change?

Matt Gonzales, to date, is the strongest critic of Barack Obama and assesses the most critical issues. The fact is that if you’re reading this, you’re not a corporation or somebody who’s holding a significant percentage of American assets and wealth. You are not who Barack Obama is in support of. He’s no different than any of the other candidates. He doesn’t stand for a government of, by and for the people. Barack Obama stands (like any other Republican or Democrat that has run for the last couple decades) for a government of the Duponts, by the General Motors and for the Exxons.

Read this wonderful article by Matt Gonzalez – Ralph Nader’s Presidential running mate.

Also check out this table created by the Nader campaign.

10 May, 2008 12:53 PM - Posted by | Just a thought..

1 Comment »

  1. You are definitely entitled to your opinion, but is that what this is? Or is there any concrete evidence that you have to make this assertion? I happen to think that Obama will represent change far more than John McCain will. I know this is probably beating a dead horse, but McCain did vote with Bush 90% of the time. I find it hard to swallow his claim that he is an advocate for change when he has sided with the current bungling administration 9 out of 10 times on average. Regardless, I’m Libertarian and I’m voting for Bob Barr.

    Comment by Allen | 16 September, 2008 11:28 PM | Reply

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