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Build For Barack, Barbour and Graham in Virginia

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In one of the more unique campaign/media events, the Barack Obama campaign is welcoming volunteers and members of the press to get a “behind the scenes” look at the building of the rally stage for Obama’s event at the Richmond Coliseum on Wednesday. Campaign organizers tout the event as a “chance for members of the media to catch a behind-the-scenes glimpse of everything that goes into making a presidential campaign event.”

In other news, Obama’s team announced that he will also appear in Leesburg after his trip to Richmond. You may have heard that the Democratic nominee for president will leave the campaign trail later in the week to visit his ill grandmother. That will not impact his visit to Richmond.

On the Republican side, Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, one of Sen. John McCain’s closest friends and supporters is making a swing through Virginia today. He is traveling with Sen. John Warner through Harrisonburg and Lynchburg today. This trip coincides a swing through coal-mining country by Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour and the Kilgore brothers. They are visiting Norton and Richlands, VA.

The details of the Obama visit to Leesburg are after the jump.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Oct. 21, 2008

Barack Obama to Hold “Change We Need” Rally in Leesburg Wednesday

RICHMOND, Va. – U.S. Sen. Barack Obama will hold a “Change We Need” rally Wednesday at Ida Lee Park. The stop is part of Obama’s eighth trip to the Commonwealth since the end of the primary campaign. Earlier in the day, he will visit Richmond.

In Leesburg, he will lay out his plans to jump start the economy, provide affordable health care to Virginians and bring a responsible end to the Iraq war and contrast his vision for America with John McCain’s plans for four more years of the same failed policies of the last eight.

This event is free and open to the public, though, an RSVP is strongly encouraged.  To RSVP, please visit http://www.VA.barackobama.com.

Details of the event below:

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22

Leesburg, VA

CHANGE WE NEED RALLY WITH BARACK OBAMA

Ida Lee Park

Festival Field

50 Ida Lee Drive, NW

Leesburg, VA 20176

Gates Open/Media Access: 3:00 PM

Program Begins:  5:30 PM

Written by Ryan Nobles

October 21, 2008 at 4:34 pm

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  1. Our beautiful soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin is the best future leader for this nation, not Senator Barak Obama. Our beautiful soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin is also would be better at leading our nation in the future after a McCain Presidency than Senator Barak Obama would be in leading our nation in the future starting in January 2009. There are great reasons our soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin would be a better future leader than Senator Barak Obama. The greatest reason for our soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin’s is ideology. Our soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin is conservative in that she is pro life, marriage, guns, low taxes, low government spending, small government, unintrosive government, traditional and judeo Christian values, Bible reading and prayer in our public schools, and military spending. Senator Barak Obama is a liberal who is anti every thing that I have described that our soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin is pro about or for. A second reason that our soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin is superior is because of experience. As a governor she has two years of executive administrative governing experience that Senator Barak Obama does not have. A final reason that our soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin is superior is because of political accomplishments. When our soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin came to office she accomplished 3 major things which are as follows: she showed great leadership in the 3 following areas: government reform, the state budget and the economy, and wise use of natural resources. She reformed government by standing up to the big oil companies by breaking up the monopoly on power and resources. She insisted on competition and basic fairness which ended the control that the oil companies had on the state, and thereby returning control of the state back to the people. She also stood up to the special interest and lobbyist, and produced major ethics reform. She lead well in the state budget by generating a surplus which came about by vetoing a half billion dollars of wasteful spending, ending the abuses of earmark spending by congress, and by getting rid of the private jet, the chef, and the chuffer. Economically under her leadership she brought about the largest private-sector infrastructure project in North American history. She also suspended the state fuel tax, and when oil and gas prices went up dramatically, and filled up the state treasury, she sent a large share of that revenue back where it belonged – directly to the people of Alaska . On natural resources she has shown great leadership by beginning a nearly forty billion dollar natural gas pipeline to help lead America to energy independence. When the last section of the pipeline is laid and its valves are opened, will lead America one step farther away from dependence on dangerous foreign powers that do not have our interests at heart. Senator Barak Obama has done nothing, so please vote John McCain for President and give to our beautiful soon to be Vice President Sarah Palin the opportunity that she deserves leading the nation into the future after a John McCain presidency. When our soon to be Vice President does lead the nation as President after a John McCain presidency,she will be the greatest President that we have ever had. Finally she is smarter than Senator Barak Obama

    Thank You

    John Warren

    John Warren

    October 22, 2008 at 2:18 pm


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