Obama camp cash intake doubles in June – USATODAY.com

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2 Responses to “Obama camp cash intake doubles in June – USATODAY.com”

  1. jbintenn Says:

    I frankly don’t see anybody stopping the Obama run here. I’m afraid this country as a whole appears to be too “anti-Bush drugged” , as well as, determined to have our first minority President in history. These are taking the place of what really matters- What does either gentlemen really stand for and who has the better grasp on today’s vital issues?

    I’m not saying either is a better candidate but what I am saying is that we are treading on dangerous ground here by being swept up in Obama’s ‘Change’ rhetoric and not asking him the tough questions that any Presidential candidate should be asked. McCain does not represent his side too well either, in my opinion.

    Let’s face it, this should be an election about voting for the ‘lesser of two evils’ whether you come from a true Democrat or Republican background because neither candidate is representing your party well at all. There is too much about either candidate that should make both sides squirm when you really look at the substantive issues

  2. jbintenn Says:

    “Glad to see that Mr. Obama continues to find success in his fund raising, and his campaign. Unfortunately, it will continue to expose the utter hatred and racist underpinnings of the Republican Party. How did such a great country as ours become such a belligerent, hateful, and whining country in seven short years?”

    Good point. However, you were hearing it long before President Bush as the ‘other side’ was doing plenty of whining and complaining during the Clinton years. I’m afraid it will continue at the same fever pitch too whoever gets elected.

    All I can say is, you Bush bashers are running out of time. Because if Obama gets in, get ready. First of all, you won’t have anyone to bash anymore and at the same time you are going to have to endure the same ‘anti-Obama’ rhetoric at a fever pitch just like the ‘anti-Bush’ rhetoric.

    It just shows how divided we are as a country when it comes to our political preferences now. I guess the good is it also shows how passionate both sides are, which is a good thing.

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