Dave Freudenthal Endorses Barack Obama
Wyoming’s popular Governor Dave Freudenthal is the second Western governor to endorse Senator Obama in recent weeks. While not saying anything negative about Senator Clinton, he views Senator Obama as "incredibly smart" and someone who gives honest answers instead of scripted responses.
Senator Obama is the Democratic candidate with the openness, honesty and skill to end this vicious cycle of business as usual. Openness and honesty, skill and intelligence, and a no nonsense approach to government are some of the values we like to see at here at Western Democrat.
Your Personal Note:
I really enjoyed reading your blog, and I'd like to invite you to join a national movement of positive bloggers for Obama: we've pledged to write a positive blog post once a week about Obama for the next 10 weeks.
It would be easy for you, since you are already a prolific blogger—and your blog will probably get a lot more traffic because we’ll all be linking to one another’s blogs and promoting the event.
There's nothing more to it than the positive blogging you’re already doing, but the “10 Post Pledge” is really catching on, building the positive momentum of the Obama campaign all over the country!
Our goal is to get all 50 states represented and we're halfway there! but we're missing Wyoming--I guess there aren't too many progressive bloggers actively getting their voices out there, so we REALLY can't do it without you!
check out the link to see the details and sign up: http://my.barackobama.com/page/event/detail/44hfj
or email me at email@example.com
I hope you'll join us! You can see the interactive map (and RSS feed with snippets from the most recent posts) showing 45+ bloggers in 25 states: http://rubycrushonobama.blogspot.com
Posted by: Ruby Reid | Jul 27, 2008 7:06:07 PM
As a Communication Coach, I look at this political debacle through the lens of communication. Throughout history, bad guys have often communicated very effectively. Why do Republicans often communicate more effectively with the American public?
The American public tends to gravitate toward candidates who speak like them: often incorrectly or using odd syntax. When did people start electing people like them instead of people like they aspire to be?
when did being well educated become a bad thing? I want the smartest candidates, and Obama and Biden are the best educated. for tips to watch the next debate electricimpulse.wordpress.com
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Posted by: leslie ungar | Oct 5, 2008 5:59:05 PM
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(and yes, we know that sometimes they're very, very wrong. Other times, they're right on.)