Voting for Obama. Watch him here.

And from his essay circling the Internet:

. . . John was offered, and refused, “early release.” Many of us were given this offer. It meant speaking out against your country and lying about your treatment to the press. You had to “admit” that the U.S. was criminal and that our treatment was “lenient and humane.” So I, like numerous others, refused the offer. This was obviously something none of us could accept. Besides, we were bound by our service regulations, Geneva Conventions and loyalties to refuse early release until all the POW’s were released, with the sick and wounded going first. . . .

. . . [H]aving been a POW is no special qualification for being President of the United States. The two jobs are not the same, and POW experience is not, in my opinion, something I would look for in a presidential candidate.

. . . He has a quick and explosive temper that many have experienced first hand. Folks, quite honestly that is not the finger I want next to that red button. . . .


Voting for Obama. Watch him here.


Giving to Obama. Read it here:

AP – Military donations favor Obama

WASHINGTON (AP) – U.S. soldiers have donated more presidential campaign money to Democrat Barack Obama than to Republican John McCain, a reversal of previous campaigns in which military donations tended to favor GOP White House hopefuls, a nonpartisan group reported Thursday. . . .


The world yearns for an America, and an American President, it can root for and be inspired by again. And HAVING most of the world on our side again would be good for our national security.

Who would be more effective? A tough-talking, impulsive President seen as an extension of the Bush regime, who has trouble remembering whether Iran is Shiia or Sunni and thinks Afghanistan borders Iraq? Or one who has the nations of the world waving American flags again.


Buy it for everyone you know – lest we make another colossal error and choose the wrong man.


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