100,000 people attend Obama rally in Missouri

18 10 2008

Just so you know, I really try to be unbiased, but sometimes one campaign has all the news. I can’t help but notice all of the firsts that have happened in the Obama campaign. Not only is he the first black president (potentially), but a lot of his ideas are new, answering questions with specific answers is new, and his new rally in Missouri brought in record breaking numbers. The only first in the McCain campaign is Sarah Palin being a woman, but that hasn’t really worked out like they’d hoped.

The photo of 100,000 people waiting to hear Obama speak is amazing. But you have to ask yourself, “why would all of these people travel to see Obama in Missouri?” No matter what you think the answer is, you’d have to admit that whatever brought all of them there, it was pretty powerful.

Obama is bringing out more emotion and feeling in his followers. He makes them believe that he is actually going to change things. McCain says he’s going to change this as well, but for some reason, not as many people believe him.

Why is that?

Maybe because he’s been in Washington for 30 years and things haven’t changed much while he’s been there. If you can’t change things to they way you want them in 30 years, how do you expect to do it in four?

It seems like, as long as people go out and vote, there is no question Obama has more followers to vote for him. However, that seems to be the case in every election. There are more democrats in this country than republicans, there are more people supporting Obama than McCain. But for some reason, republicans are always in the running when election night comes.

This is because there’s a big difference between saying things and actually doing them. Democrats always talk big, and hopefully Obama can back up what he’s saying.

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5 responses

18 10 2008
meltonjz3

The people of America would forever regret the day Obama was elected President.

19 10 2008
futurestandard

“The people of America would forever regret the day Obama was elected President.”

best joke I’ve heard all day, thanks.

19 10 2008
marcy

I thin Barack is great and along with Joe Biden will change this world for the good.

19 10 2008
Gustav

What’s amazing is the extreme right-wing cannot fathom what this is all about. They have literally had the floor disappear from under them. It must be likeBallad Of A Thin Man.

19 10 2008
themikeyreport

Hey, after Obama is elected and everyone in St. Louis is out of work they should be able to easily triple that crowd size next time around.

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