The Trail: A Daily Diary of Campaign 2008


Guam, Where Tomorrow's Voting Begins Tonight

By Garance Franke-Ruta
The race for the Democratic presidential nomination that has stretched across 15 months and 45 states and territories transfers to Guam, the westernmost U.S. territory, "where America's day begins." And because of that time difference, the Saturday Democratic Party caucuses in Guamanian towns and villages began at 8 p.m. Friday EST, and will continue overnight.

At stake in the contest, which more closely resembles a day-long primary than a true caucus, are four convention delegate votes.

Both Democratic contenders have reached out to the island to an extent unprecedented in previous campaigns. Obama's campaign opened the first-ever presidential primary campaign office in Guam, hired paid staff, and pursued all the usual highly networked touches for which the campaign has become known. It bought Web ads on the site of the Guamanian paper the Pacific Daily News, telling voters how to get to polls. Supporters could buy T-shirts through Craigslist Micronesia. At Obama's website, the candidate provides information such information as "The Guam Democratic Caucus will take place on May 3rd, 2008 in all precinct locations except for the precinct in the village of Inarajan." And Obama himself pens Guamanians a letter thanking them for their support. "You have challenged conventional thinking and built a grassroots network in Guam, and your work will have a lasting impact on the island for a long time to come," he writes.

Clinton, not to be outdone, released a Web video this morning, "Hillary's Message to Guam." Clinton's campaign did not open an office, preferring to rely on a network of volunteers, but it did offer her husband, the former president, for interviews with local TV stations over the past week. And, unlike Obama, the Clintons have previously traveled to Guam -- a fact her supporters have repeatedly cited as proof that she gets the island. "She's been here. She loves Guam and she has historical ties to our island," Clinton backer Taling Taitano told Marianas Variety.

Turnout is expected to be high, especially compared to the 1,000 people who turned out for the 2004 primary caucuses, and one local Democratic official told Marianas Variety that 5,000 ballots had been printed.

The candidates agree on many local issues. Both back an expanded military presence on Guam and the Guam World War II Loyalty Recognition Act, which could provide up to $126 million to compensate islanders for their suffering during the Japanese occupation of Guam during World War II.

Posted at 8:09 PM ET on May 2, 2008
Share This: Technorati talk bubble Technorati | Tag in | Digg This
Previous: Reid: 'Everyone Knows About McCain's Temper' | Next: Battling the "Elitist Pointy-Headed Intellectual" Tag

Add 44 to Your Site
Be the first to know when there's a new installment of The Trail. This widget is easy to add to your Web site, and it will update every time there's a new entry on The Trail.
Get This Widget >>


Please email us to report offensive comments.

My children witnessed me scolding strangers in public who used the "N" word.
My children witnessed me kicking dinner guests out of my house who used the"N" word.
My children witnessed me standing toe to toe with a man three times my size in a park in Selma, Al who yelled the "N" word over and over again in front of my children.
Obama wants me to vote for him for the most powerful position in the world even though he plopped his children down in a pew that was in a building being influenced by a man who spewed hatred for my country, my race - a man he invited into his home for over 20 years. The least I would expect is for him to stand up, take his children's hands and walk out and lock the doors to his home.

I was not raise by equal rights defenders. I was raise by a woman who beat her son for drinking out of a water fountain marked "For Coloreds."

As a child I was painfully introverted for I was badly abused at home and badly bullied at school. My newfound bravery was only because I was determined to raise my children to look at the heart, not the race or nationality of a person.

Too bad Obama did not have the same determination until it looked at it would cause him votes.

Obama has only three options:
1.Continue to tell the American people he thinks they are stupid by trying to convince them he didn't know about Wright's views.
2.Admit he was the most stupid person who walked the face of the earth and truly did not know.
3.Admit he knew.

Posted by: CD Drozdowski | May 4, 2008 9:06 PM

I still don't get it.
Seems like a logo and a slogan and not much else.What has Obama ever done?

Posted by: hhkeller | May 3, 2008 9:42 PM

The Clintons have been "spinning" this campaign since Day 1 and everyday since. Why would the American people put this couple back in office, so that the American people will have relive the scandals of 20 plus years ago? We want to thrive in the millennium and obtain new leadership. We want the other countries to look up to the U.S.A. None of that so-called boasting. Every person matters... not just some. That's why this country is fighting now because we have politicians who are playing the same old game.

Sen. Barack Obama for President 2008 Go OGuama! Go OGuama! Let your voices be heard!

Posted by: change | May 3, 2008 7:14 PM

Sen. Barack Obama is the presidential candidate for this country. We need a united, sensible and clear vision as to where this country is going. We need fresh ideas and not institutionalized vision where one stays in office for a lifetime and dare the public to select an alternative. We want to get over the past Clinton years with its loaded baggage. The Clintons must be paying the Guam people for this race to even be close. After all of the lying, cheating, scandalful list of dirty laundry that the Clintons obviously were a part of... why would someone want to put a scandalous couple back in the office? The Clintons are running scared... for months... and the desperation never lets up. Why? They want to clean up the "mess" that they left behind. They know the Clinton legacy is tainted and know that this is their very last time to correct it! But, it won't work. There are millions, millions, millions, millions, of people that support Sen. Barack Obama who will become the nominee of the Democratic Party.

American people, please do not let fear be your guide. Use your head and not your emotions. Don't let the media or the Clintons scare you!

Posted by: change | May 3, 2008 7:09 PM

Latest Guam presidential results
Posted: 02:37 PM ET
(CNN) -- With 15 out of 19 villages reporting, Obama leads the vote count from the Guam Democratic presidential caucuses with 1,393 votes (53.3 percent). Hillary Clinton has 1,222 votes (46.7 percent).

Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 2:47 PM


Clinton wins Guam, very, very significant!!!!!!!!!

Obama wins Guam: it doesn't mean a thing!

by neocons for Hillary

Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 2:37 PM

I think the Stark Truth up there meant to say all that about Hillary Clinton but got the names confused because he(or it could she- one of those die-hard Hillary fans(white, female and old)doesn't seem like a very bright person.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 2:19 PM

May 3, 2008
Obama continues to lead in Guam
Posted: 11:36 AM ET
(CNN) -- Barack Obama continues to lead Hillary Clinton in Guam's Democratic caucuses as local party officials work into the early morning tallying votes from Saturday's event.

With 7 out of 19 villages reporting, Obama leads with 497 votes (55.3 percent) to 401 votes for Clinton (44.7 percent).

Guam caucus officials merged some village returns together, reducing the total number of villages from 21 to 19.

From: CNN Political Research Director Robert Yoon
Filed under: Barack Obama • Guam • Hillary Clinton

Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 12:45 PM

Go Obama! I am within Hillary's demographic (older, conservative woman) but am proud to support Obama who is a LEADER and INSPIRATIONAL. Hillary is divisive. Maybe it is because I can see through her campaign's spin annd attacks on Obama.

Posted by: Linda | May 3, 2008 11:30 AM

Clinton mantra: just lie:

May 3, 2008 Posted: 10:40 AM ET

"(CNN)Early Guam returns show slight Obama lead "

Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 11:26 AM

CNN calls Guam for Hillary Clinton.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 4:59 AM

Go Guam!! Go Obama!!

Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 4:57 AM



Hillary Clinton cannot win.

Even if Hillary Clinton wins every remaining primary by a whopping 70%, Obama will still maintain his lead in pledged delegates. This is true, even when one counts the delegates from Florida and Michigan. Mrs. Clinton cannot catch up to Barack Obama in pledged delegates, and pledged delegates will determine this election. She has lost, Barack Obama has won.

See for yourself



Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 2:47 AM

Always remember that HRC agreed to the rules of DNC and signed to those rules. Do Not let her sway your minds. She is good at playing the Psych game with all of us. Now that she is not in the lead as she thought she would be, she wants Florida and Michigan votes to count only for HER, ME, ME. Those people of Florida and Michigan should talk with their leaders and definately their DC in their states about the rules that was made in advance of the candidates campaigning in their states. So, DO NOT believe that Senator Obama is the reasons that your States cannot be seated at the Conventions. Blame Hillary Clinton! I feel that all votes should be counted. But You the People should hold your Committees accountable, never the candidates. HRC is a sore looser.

Posted by: yvonne | May 3, 2008 2:43 AM

This stuff is unbelievable. The outright misinformation being spread about Senator Obama is absolute garbage. I'm from Florida and in no way do I feel disenfranchised for my "vote not counting." There's only one big one that really counts, right? MI and FL broke the rules (which EVERYONE agreed to, by the way), and now they pay the price. I blame my state's politicians, not Barack Obama.

This race has been over long ago, mathematically speaking, and has only dragged on because of Senator Clinton's refusal to accept reality and the facts. The facts say she cannot win the nomination, short of overturning _pledged_ delegates of Obama. This fantasy she's come up with about having the popular vote lead is hogwash. And need I remind anyone that Clinton would like to disallow the votes cast by caucus states, simply because the numbers wouldn't favor her. She's trying to make up the rules as she goes along! That just doesn't fly.

Barack Obama has run a beautiful campaign, and being a young person, I've been moved by him. I love my country more than anything, but I don't like how we're viewed by the rest of the world today. Obama inspires me that we can heal the divides of yesterday, that we can make America a role model again, and I believe him. Call him what you will, but you cannot deny he is a unifier and an inspiration.

Senator Obama has attempted to take the high road of this campaigning process since the start. Doing this has hindered his ability to respond to vicious attacks from all sides, but strengthens his appeal as a politician. He hasn't been perfect, but the slew of mud and lies that have been thrown at him bear visible scars. He's still managed to come out on top. Despite basically fighting with one hand tied behind his back, Obama manages to be leading after all of this.

People need to swallow their pride and accept reality. This race has brought out the bitter sides in many, and continuing it only drives the wedge further. We as Americans should be united in such a time, not divided as we are. The slanderous nature of this process has got to stop, though. I see too many smears being posted just about everywhere, and hardly a hint of truth behind them all. We're worse than the proverbial bad guy when it gets down to this.

These have become down times in our nation's history, but as a wholly driven people, we are the masters of our own future. I see hope and change on the horizon. What do you see?

Obama '08

Posted by: Rob in FL | May 3, 2008 2:04 AM

Guam is going for Obama "the Island boy" as they have called him. They know he was born and raised in Hawaii and also has lived in Indonesia as well. They relate to him. They are far more apt to vote for Barack than for Hillary. GO OBAMA!!!

Posted by: Benjamin from Wyoming | May 3, 2008 1:40 AM

. ............_. ,-´``;
. . . . . . . . . .,`. . .`-----´..
. . . . . . . . . .,. . . . . .~ .`- .
. . . . . . . . . ,´. . . . . . . .o. .o__
. . . . . . . . _|. . . . . . . . . . . . (#)
. . . . . . . _. ´`~-.. . . . . . . . . .,´
. . . . . . .,. .,.-~-.´ -.,. . . ..´--~` OBAMA 2008
. . . . . . /. ./. . . . .}. .` -..,/
. . . . . /. ,´___. . :/. . . . . .
. . . . /´`-.|. . . `´-..´........ . .
. . . ;. . . . . . . . . . . . .)-.....|
. . .|. . . . .´ ---........-´. . . ,´
. . .´,. . ,....... . . . . . . . . .,´
. . . .´ ,/. . . . `,. . . . . . . ,´
. . . . .. . . . . .. . . .,.- ´
. . . . . ´,. . . . . ´,-~´`. ;. . . . . ..,=======,
. . . . . .|. . . . . ;. . . /__. . . . . . .......... . . /
. . . . . /. . . . . /__. . . . .). . . . . . . ..... . . /
. . . . . ´-.. . . . . . .)----~´. . .. . .\______/
. . . . . . .´ - .......-`


Posted by: O B A M A ! | May 3, 2008 1:07 AM

We are in massive debt and there is a proposal to pay islanders for crimes comitted by ANOTHER nation? That is madness. Our nation is being financially destroyed by spewing money all over the place.

Posted by: Robert | May 3, 2008 1:03 AM

Clinton did a pretty good job showing the people of Guam that she understands the issues that matter to Guamanians.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 1:02 AM

Classy act. When Senator Obama lost in Pennsylvania he had the courtesy to thank his supporters in that state as well as congratulate Senator Clinton. She has yet to congratulate him on any of his many wins nor thank her supporters in the states that she lost. Her attitude until now had been that any state he won was "unimportant." Do any of you really believe that had the delegate count been within 50 she would have set up shop in Guam?

Posted by: Anonymous | May 3, 2008 12:42 AM

Mainland, Why should he step aside? He's ahead. The arguments you make for him can also be applied to Clinton. She also has a big ego and believes she is entitled to the presidency simply because she is a woman and is married to Bill. This is a democracy not a monarchy.

Posted by: gethelp | May 3, 2008 12:36 AM

CaliGirl get some help you sound bitter. Are you lusting for Obama Girl?????

Posted by: gethelp | May 3, 2008 12:32 AM

Finally, we have identified where Obama is qualified to rule ... vote him President of the Island Nations and let him make their lives a dream since he understands their culture and it is so much different from mainland America. Sorry, that very argument is just another example of someone not qualified for the big boys chair yet - he doesn't get it yet. It isn't laughable to call for him to step aside; it is what should be done for the greater good of this country and his party. But his ego is too big and he equates the dollars to being successful.

Posted by: Mainland | May 3, 2008 12:29 AM

If you think the posters here advocating for Hillary are not simply Republicans trying to elect their weakest foe...

You might be an idiot!

Posted by: Me | May 3, 2008 12:25 AM

Obama didn't feel the need to show up in person since he believes that he is automatically entitled to every non-white, non-hispanic vote out there. He doesn't even bother to run in the black districts within Indiana or North Carolina, believing that all people of color (except hispanics) must vote for him. Not only is he elitist and non-American in his views and his behaviors, his view that he is the candidate of choice based upon his ancestry is downright racist. Starting his campaign publicity with Obama Girl also proves how sexist he is and how he doesn't understand that others in this country might find her offensive to our religious views and cultures.

Posted by: CaliGirl | May 3, 2008 12:15 AM

Hey Guam! Howzit?!

Relax Bras, The "Squid" will win!

McRomney to the rescue! :-)

Posted by: RAT-The | May 2, 2008 11:31 PM

286 to Victory OBAMA TO 2025

go GUAM GIVE HIM ALL 4 and at least 3 supers


Posted by: Anonymous | May 2, 2008 11:25 PM

You have a lovely couple of internet locals

in Guam

I never knew that you still waiting for to be paid back for the War ISSUES.

I hope some actualy remembers you this time.

My KIDS will by paying for a war that John McCain said today was for oil. That made me mad.


Posted by: Anonymous | May 2, 2008 11:22 PM

Remember Guam


didn't work out



Posted by: Anonymous | May 2, 2008 11:19 PM

Some people are apparently so mindless they copy and paste the same response in to every single article on the Obama - Clinton nomination contest. Mindless boors, all of them (and the tone of some posts, implying that Obama is unpatriotic, is simply a GOP Karl Rove tactic, used by Limbaugh's "dittoheads" mainly).

For Guam, an island territory, I would think that Obama has some natural advantages - he was born and lived much of his early life on islands, including Hawaii and in Indonesia. While to most people living in the continental U.S., that does not seem like anything significant, island cultures really do differ in dramatic ways from large mainland ones. People who are from island cultures, all over the world, share many values and traits in common.

Additionally, the native Chamorros (non-white) make up most of Guam's population. It's only four delegates, which isn't enough to either candidate much, except in news coverage.

My guess is Obama will win the most votes - whether its enough to gain the extra one delegate (making it 3:1) is tough to say. I live in Thailand, and voted for Barack in the Democrats Abroad primary. He looks pretty certain to win the nomination, so I think calls for him to "withdraw" are a bit laughable. He's winning, and most of us already know that Clinton will be out of this by the end of the month, or mid-June at the latest.

Posted by: Kirkaiya | May 2, 2008 10:55 PM

Hillary is a liar and she can't be trusted. She has a fraud case going on now in Los Angles Calif. All the tale, tale signs are out there. I will never vote for her.

Posted by: Candis | May 2, 2008 10:37 PM

It was the national anthem and there is no requirement to put your hand on your heart during the national anthem. Stand up, take off your hat, and face that flag. It's nice to put your hand on your heart if you want, but I've never seen a Soldier do that, they salute---I guess they are unpatriotic? People who spread this garbage are pathetic and represent the worst in America. You realize you can't beat him on ideas or issues so you manufacture this nonsense. Oh, also---he's a Muslim. A Muslim with a racist pastor? Muslims have pastors?

Posted by: Kent | May 2, 2008 10:25 PM

Those that have been told that there was no way to obtain their dreams and that it was hopeless look to HIllary Clinton as a symbolic figure of hope and possibility.

Obamas "words" of change is in the old style politics of Washington DC - yet accepts the endorsements of old time politicans such as Kerry, Kennedy and many many more.

The word of HOPE comes from seeing decades of the Clintons giving shelter to the homeless, job assistance to the unemployed - Bill Clinton joined Brad Pitt in New Orleans to give hope to that great city for restructure - Hillary attended an assembly there later on even though she did not get their votes - Obama was too busy with his campaign to attend - he had already gotten their votes - just a politican.

I pray that the people of Guam think with their hearts on who has the experience, the knowledge and the wisdom to assist you in all your plans for growth and happiness.


Posted by: Wiz101 | May 2, 2008 10:21 PM


It's time for everyone to face the truth. Barack Obama has no real chance of winning the national election in November at this time. His crushing defeat in Pennsylvania makes that fact crystal clear. His best, and only real chance of winning in November is on a ticket with Hillary Clinton as her VP.

Hillary Clinton seemed almost somber at her Pennsylvania victory speech. As if part of her was hoping Obama could have proved he had some chance of winning against the republican attack machine, and their unlimited money, and resources.

But it is absolutely essential that the democrats take back the Whitehouse in November. America, and the American people are in a very desperate condition now. And the whole World has been doing all that they can to help keep us propped up.

Hillary Clinton say's that the heat, and decisions in the Whitehouse are much tougher than the ones on the campaign trail. But I think Mr. Obama faces a test of whether he has what it takes to be a commander and chief by facing the difficult facts, and the truth before him. And by doing what is best for the American people by dropping out of the race, and offering his whole hearted assistance to Hillary Clinton to help her take back the Whitehouse for the American people, and the World.

Mr. Obama is a great speaker. And I am confident he can explain to the American people the need, and wisdom of such a personal sacrifice for them. It should be clear to everyone by now that Hillary Clinton is fighting her heart out for the American people. She has known for a long time that Mr. Obama can not win this November. You have to remember that the Clinton's have won the Whitehouse twice before. They know what it takes.

If Mr. Obama fails his test of commander and chief we can only hope that Hillary Clinton can continue her heroic fight for the American people. And that she prevails. She will need all the continual support and help we can give her. She may fight like a superhuman. But she is only human.

Sen. Hillary Clinton: "You know, more people have now voted for me than have voted for my opponent. In fact, I now have more votes than anybody has ever had in a primary contest for a nomination. And it's also clear that we've got nine more important contests to go."


Jacksmith... Working Class :-)

Posted by: jacksmith | May 2, 2008 10:18 PM

It looks like all the Hillary supporters in Guam made their views known right here. Go Obama

Posted by: Vespa | May 2, 2008 10:16 PM

Come on Guam! Don't be fooled by Hillary sending Bill Clinton to talk to you.

Remember Hillary said that "CAUCUSES ARE UNDEMOCRATIC AND DON'T COUNT FOR ANYTHING" and Bill Clinton less than a week ago said that the Democratic nomination process should not be decided by caucuses because they are undemocratic.

Obama in '08!

Posted by: AJ | May 2, 2008 10:14 PM

Hilary will do and say anything to win the election. She is being hypocritical when she says that she would not have stayed on Obama's church as long as he did if she had heard offensive remarks, yet she stayed with Bill all the years he was fooling around. It served her political ambitions.

Posted by: Ann | May 2, 2008 10:12 PM

Posted by: JakeD | May 2, 2008 10:10 PM


Here's the picture right out of Time magazine:

Posted by: JakeD | May 2, 2008 10:09 PM

If you think that Obama doesnt put his hand over his heart during the anthem

You ARE an idiot :-)
because you ACTUALLY BELIEVE the mass-emails sent by God-knows-who that say he is a scary muslim planning the destruction of America.

Get your facts straight, and GO BARACK!!

Posted by: T | May 2, 2008 10:03 PM

Get a grip. Obama is one class act apparently some are just unwilling (read bigoted) to grasp. Seems to me you are quite afraid. Afraid to be called out on your beliefs. HMMM

Posted by: HMMM | May 2, 2008 10:00 PM

Did anyone ever see that "Democralypse Now!" skit on the Colbert Report?

Posted by: JakeD | May 2, 2008 9:59 PM


If you think like Barack Obama, that WORKING CLASS PEOPLE are just a bunch of "BITTER"!, STUPID, PEASANTS, Cash COWS!, and CANNON FODDER. :-(

You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you think Barack Obama with little or no experience would be better than Hillary Clinton with 35 years experience.

You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you think that Obama with no experience can fix an economy on the verge of collapse better than Hillary Clinton. Whose ;-) husband (Bill Clinton) led the greatest economic expansion, and prosperity in American history.

You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you think that Obama with no experience fighting for universal health care can get it for you better than Hillary Clinton. Who anticipated this current health care crisis back in 1993, and fought a pitched battle against overwhelming odds to get universal health care for all the American people.

You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you think that Obama with no experience can manage, and get us out of two wars better than Hillary Clinton. Whose ;-) husband (Bill Clinton) went to war only when he was convinced that he absolutely had to. Then completed the mission in record time against a nuclear power. AND DID NOT LOSE THE LIFE OF A SINGLE AMERICAN SOLDIER. NOT ONE!

You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you think that Obama with no experience saving the environment is better than Hillary Clinton. Whose ;-) husband (Bill Clinton) left office with the greatest amount of environmental cleanup, and protections in American history.

You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you think that Obama with little or no education experience is better than Hillary Clinton. Whose ;-) husband (Bill Clinton) made higher education affordable for every American. And created higher job demand and starting salary's than they had ever been before or since.

You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you think that Obama with no experience will be better than Hillary Clinton who spent 8 years at the right hand of President Bill Clinton. Who is already on record as one of the greatest Presidents in American history.

You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you think that you can change the way Washington works with pretty speeches from Obama, rather than with the experience, and political expertise of two master politicians ON YOUR SIDE like Hillary and Bill Clinton..

You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you think all those Republicans voting for Obama in the Democratic primaries, and caucuses are doing so because they think he is a stronger Democratic candidate than Hillary Clinton. :-)

Best regards

jacksmith... Working Class :-)

p.s. You Might Be An Idiot! :-)

If you don't know that the huge amounts of money funding the Obama campaign to try and defeat Hillary Clinton is coming in from the insurance, and medical industry, that has been ripping you off, and killing you and your children. And denying you, and your loved ones the life saving medical care you needed. All just so they can make more huge immoral profits for them-selves off of your suffering...

You see, back in 1993 Hillary Clinton had the audacity, and nerve to try and get quality, affordable universal health care for everyone to prevent the suffering and needless deaths of hundreds of thousands of you each year. :-)

Approx. 100,000 of you die each year from medical accidents from a rush to profit by the insurance, and medical industry. Another 120,000 of you die each year from treatable illness that people in other developed countries don't die from. And I could go on, and on...



Posted by: jacksmith | May 2, 2008 9:54 PM

The Stark Truth:

I thought it was the Pledge, not the National Anthem?

Posted by: JakeD | May 2, 2008 9:53 PM

Obama is a cunning and terrifyingly dangerous politician.

Barack says he won't throw his pastor under the bus like he did his grandmother, and then he did.

Barack says he's against the war but NEVER ACTUALLY VOTED AGAINST IT because he wasn't in office then. And then he VOTED YES TO FUND THE WAR.

Barack says he won't wear "that pin" on his clothing but then he is trying to say that he stands for it (when really he wants to switch it to something else).

Barack says he wants to be the #1 patriot in America and yet when the National Anthem is played, he doesn't put his hand on his heart(as if the song doesn't apply to him) - must be because it is the song of the "old ways" of America(which he wishes to destroy), the ways that hundreds of thousands have died for along the way.

Barack boils up some cursing and completely politically-reactive racial speech, tries to make us all feel deficient, says Don Imus should be burned at the stake and flushed in a toilet, and then turns around and says "Race is not a problem in America"(because that would trick people into thinking he doesn't hate).

Barack says he's a uniter but then devotes 20 years of his life to his "Mentor" and "Role Model" that has burned the very hate of America into his heart - see this video: ( also see more great stuff at: )

Barack says all people should count and "yes we can" but then he purposely, and cold-bloodedly stone-walls any chance of allowing 2+ MILLION voters in Florida and Michigan have their vote count.

Barack says he's about "helping the working class live better lives" and then he turns around and slanders us not only by calling us "bitter" and "clinging to guns and religion", but also forgoes offering a Universal Healthcare Plan(which is a core democratic value) - this is only so he can play both sides of the poor/rich fence, but in the end he leans more towards the former(with his ridiculous idea to raise capital gains taxes).

Barack says he has all these ideas for how he's going to throw our government out of their offices onto the street but there's no detailed information available for people to weigh his intentions with common sense.

Everything is about timing for Mr. Barack Obama, he plays "old style" politics better than a symphonic orchestra, he'll switch from one major idea and then to the reverse like a windsock in an open field.

How long will it be before Barack throws the "American People"(as if we're somebody else) under the bus, and then back up for another go.

Think long and hard, this man is playing the emotion card on America, and he intends to rip our heart out with it to pay back for his Pastor's pain of yesteryear.

If you vote for Barack Obama, you will experience change alright, and it will hurt, like a dull blade being forced into your back.
If you vote for Barack Obama, you will experience the Apocalypse of America.

Posted by: The Stark Truth | May 2, 2008 9:50 PM

Hafa Dai Guam, vote Clinton 08

Posted by: jason mcdowell | May 2, 2008 9:50 PM

Hillary DIANE Clinton is an honorary Guamanian!

Posted by: Anonymous | May 2, 2008 9:33 PM


Posted by: Deon | May 2, 2008 9:12 PM

There's no polling that I've seen, but hopefully, Hillary DIANE Clinton wins this one too.

Posted by: JakeD | May 2, 2008 8:59 PM


Posted by: Anonymous | May 2, 2008 8:58 PM

GO GUAM !!!!

Posted by: Anonymous | May 2, 2008 8:55 PM

The comments to this entry are closed.


© 2009 The Washington Post Company