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Help Barack Obama & OC Democrats Win!

Check this out! If you’d like to find out how you can help Barack Obama AND local Democrats win, you’ll want to stop by our special volunteer get-together on Saturday. Especially if you live in Tustin, Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Irvine, or Lake Forest, this is something you won’t want to miss! At…

Change I Can REALLY Believe In!

(Proudly cross-posted at Clintonistas for Obama) You know, we hear the term “change” used so often as little more than a cheap political slogan. That’s why it’s been so refreshing to see Barack Obama give us reason to belive change is more than just a word. That’s why I’m so proud of our Democratic Party…

A New Strategy for a New World

Barack Obama delivered a major speech on national security and the war in Iraq Tuesday morning. He laid out his strategy for using all of the elements of American power to keep us safe, prosperous, and free. I am running for President of the United States to lead this country in a new direction – to…

President Obama Isn’t Enough

(Proudly cross-posted at Clintonistas for Obama & MyDD) I know so many of us are excited about the Obama campaign. I know we all want to see Barack Obama become President next January. But you know what? This isn’t enough for me. OK, OK, so what the hell am I talking about? Well, why don’t you…

New Yorker Cover offends Obama Camp

The cover of the latest New Yorker Magazine depicts him in Muslim/Arabic attire and his wife as a gun toting terrorist.  The Obama camp is calling the cover bad taste.  Its really a hat tip to the morons who run Fox News who have suggested a number of times Obama is Muslim and that he…

Obama raises a cool million plus in Newport Beach

The Orange County Register’s Jeff Overley reports that Senator Barack Obama raked in more than $1 million on Sunday for the Democratic National Committee at his fundraiser at the Balboa Bay Club in Newport Beach. Obama spoke to 275 guests, who had contributed as much as $28,500, after being introduced by Assembly Speaker Karen Bass.