Saturday, February 16, 2008

Obama in Houston on Tuesday

posted by Free Press Houston @ 4:14 PM

Love him, hate him, or don't care; this is certainly gonna be big shits.

The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required. I thought you might want to come.

For more information and to RSVP:

Here are the details:

Stand for Change Rally with Barack Obama

Toyota Center
1510 Polk Street
Houston, TX

Tuesday, February 19, 2008
Doors Open: 6:00 p.m.


At February 17, 2008 at 7:36 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Senator Clinton counts on the Super Delegates to vote for the best president.

Clinton now publicly says she is counting on the super delegates. More than anything else this reveals her psychology. With the debacle of her health care plan back in the 90s she didn’t have wide consultation. She relied on a small group of insiders. Now her new health care plan still will not give people choice but will again be decided by insiders in Washington. That is how Hillary works: because she lacks vision and most importantly the desire as well as ability to communicate that vision with others (compare Obama’s speech on terrorism check she sticks to details worked out in small groups. She is not interested in democratic processes, communication and openness but only in having matters decided in back rooms. That’s why the super delegates are so important to her. Hillary’s colors are now showing. Since the people are too stupid to know who the best candidate is - Hillary Clinton - so does she now turn to those she believes owe her favors. Hopefully in this she will also miscalculate.

At February 18, 2008 at 3:20 PM , Blogger b.s. said...

I'm goin'!

At February 19, 2008 at 10:49 AM , Blogger texas reader said...

11 Reasons Why I’m voting for Hillary Clinton:

• Hillary's top priority when she takes office will be to end the war in Iraq and rebuild America's standing in the world.
• Hillarys plan addresses America’s economic challenges and includes a 13-page economic blue print for rebuilding the middle-class.
• Hillary will provide universal healthcare that covers everyone and offers choices for families while improving quality and reducing costs.
• Her energy agenda is designed to create 5 million new green jobs by investing in energy efficiency.
• Will work to improve our schools and making college affordable
• Hillary’s plan addresses the housing crisis, mortgage lending abuses and protects homeowners.
• Hillary’s plan includes creating opportunities for farmers and rural America.
• Fulfilling promises to veterans
• Protecting civil rights and fighting discrimination in the 21st century
• Strengthening our democracy
• A retirement security: 401(k) plan for all Americans

For details on the above summary and more visit

An obvious difference between Hillary’s home page content and her opponents:

Unlke her opponent -
Clinton’s homepage consistently shows hat she has her finger on the pulse of this nation.
She always addresses national news on the front and top of her homepage.

Unlike her opponent -
Last week Hillary left a message of condolence for the citizen’s of Illinois who suffered a senseless tragic shooting.
Yesterday she addressed the beef recall.
Today she addressed Fidel Castors resignation.

These actions provide great insight into the kind of leadership Hillary Clinton will bring to the White House.

A vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote for us, a vote for our children’s future and a vote for a stronger America.

At February 20, 2008 at 8:48 PM , Blogger mnavarrete2 said...

Hello to Houston! I agree with anonymous on Hillary's health plan, it is a MANDATE PLAN!, what does this mean? MANDATE is: You will pay for health insurance,if you don't,you will be fined, is this a plan? No it is not. We deserve more that this, now is the time to vote for Barack Obama. Hillary is not a Uniter, but a divider, she doesn't care about the poor, she is only interested in the middle class and the rich.
I urge Texas to vote Barack Obama, a true American for the people!!! I am a supporter from California and a Hispanic who supports Barack Obama. Si se puede!

At February 21, 2008 at 11:11 AM , Anonymous Omar said...

Last two commenters: Could you be more obviously working for the campaigns?

Advocacy is Ok but this is just straight salad tossing? "10 reasons" I am voting for Hillary? Are you fucking kidding me? I just threw up in my mouth. The Clintons killed more Iraqis than Bush ever has...

At February 23, 2008 at 6:21 AM , Blogger earthwirehead said...

I think Obama pretty well nailed it in the CNN debate, when he pointed out yet again, that La Hillarita voted to authorize what she likes to call "George Bush's War"--and just how much that speaks to her supposed "readiness on Day One" to lead this country.

The woman's a craven opportunist. The many faces she's displayed in the course of the campaign "crying Hillary", "tough Hillary", "experienced Hillary" and "victim Hillary" point out the core fact about Hillary Clinton: that there is, in fact, no core.

Barack Obama, on the other hand, has steadfastly stayed on message and stayed on the high road, no matter how much poo the trained chimps in the Clinton zoo fling at him. He has my vote.....and my admiration.


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