Posts Tagged ‘election2008’
Mr. Bush is smart in the sense of remembering facts and faces, yet I can’t think of anybody I’ve ever interviewed who appeared so uninterested in ideas.
Yes We Did
(By Shepard Fairey)
Map: U.S. presidential election results by county
(Lots of red.)
She was a stranger, and she kissed me. Just for being an American.
SINA.com hires drunk people to draw US electoral map
(Pennsylvania unrecognizable. Link.)
YouTube – One Day to Change the World
(Are you ready?)
We’re going to lose a lot of stature throughout the world because we have somebody who, though eloquent and a very nice person, who I like, who doesn’t know what he’s talking about.
“Created by creative director – Tor Myhren from Grey NYC, the posters slice through the race issue between candidates – acknowledging that much of this campaign has predictably but stupidly been re-cast as a battle between black and white. Myhren’s powerful imagery rightly implies that this is all just distraction, seeking to refocus our attention onto what really matters – the issues.”
Barack Obama calls for a college football playoff system
(If you were looking for yet another reason to vote for the man.)
But instead of the split screen or window TV viewers might typically see during live remote interviews, the Obama spokesperson will be projected as a three-dimensional hologram, making it appear as if he or she is in the Manhattan studio with Blitzer. The network plans to conduct similar holographic interviews with representatives from the McCain campaign in Phoenix.
YouTube – “American Stories, American Solutions”
(Barack Obama’s 30-minute TV commercial.)
YouTube – Alaska Women Hold Surprise Event for Obama
(And they listen to Arcade Fire!)
YouTube – “You can vote however you like”
(Presidential Debate. Ron Clark Academy. Atlanta. Kids. Singing. Awesome)
Every day I talk to someone else who’s never voted for a Democrat, but now they’re voting for Barack Obama. They realize that Barack understands what we’re going through here in North Carolina. And they’re ready for change. So I’ve made up my mind, and I’m ready to get involved. I know that I could never have won a race without my pit crew, and I know Barack can’t win this one without us.
McCain picked Palin.
Might die in office.