Obama Gets Specific
Barack Obama's campaign has released a new Web video reminding voters that he's got specifics to back up his rhetoric. It's a response to charges that he gives an "eloquent but empty call for change," as stated by John McCain Tuesday night, and hits back at accusations made by Hillary Clinton's campaign.
"Some people say Barack Obama doesn't provide any details. They say he speaks about change and hope, but doesn't offer specifics. Well let me tell you, he's got boxes and boxes of specifics. To learn more, go to BarackObama.com, and download your own copy of 'The Blueprint for Change.' It's 64 pages of specifics."
Completely unrelated, but worth posting: Some say that Obama has issues attracting Latino voters, but recent results in Virginia and Maryland show signs of growing support. In the video below, comedian Mo Rocca, singing in Spanish, describes what Obama can do to win Hispanic support:
The video above comes courtesy of AOL's Political Machine blog.
-- Ed O'Keefe
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