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Obama Responds to 'Fear' Ad

The ad wars continue in the final hours of the Pennsylvania campaign. Now Barack Obama is responding to Hillary Clinton's "Kitchen" ad, which the Obama campaign is calling "the Fear ad."

Here's Obama's response:

ANNOUNCER: Who has what it takes to really bring change? To finally take on the special interests -- not take their money. Who made the right judgment about opposing the war and had the courage and character to speak honestly about it. And who in times of challenge will unite us -- not use fear and calculation to divide us.
BARACK OBAMA: We are one people. All of us pledging allegiance to the stars and stripes. All of us defending the United States of America
OBAMA: I'm Barack Obama and I approve this message.

-- Ed O'Keefe

By Ed O'Keefe |  April 21, 2008; 6:08 PM ET Ad Watch , Barack Obama
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What a liar! he won't take any money from special interest but would gladly accept cash from Tony Rezco.

Posted by: tim591 | April 21, 2008 9:10 PM

Barack Obama's campaign is about a grass roots effort(from the bottom up), to take back America for the people, not for the special interests or lobbyists, they have had their day and Presidents. It is time for us to take back our country to a better day. It is not just about one person or two people, but all of us.

Posted by: Anonymous | April 22, 2008 4:02 AM

I posted the above comment^^^^^

Posted by: Gary Lee | April 22, 2008 4:03 AM

he has taken money-its been bundled. look it up. He's a politician of course he takes money. liar

Posted by: SBvoter | April 22, 2008 7:50 PM

I really have noticed how much nastier and untruthful the Clinton people are on these blogs. I have also noticed a lot of stuff that appears to be Republican party hacks trying to keep us divided and going at each other rather than at them. It's time to get it together people.

It's really easy to twist the truth and make it look like someone is lying. That's called lying BTW.

Posted by: wwwqueen | April 22, 2008 9:43 PM

Republicans know that there aren't enough of them.
They are that 38% who are still cling to Bush. They wait patiently to exploit that wedge issue that can strip enough Democrats from their party to produce the 50 plus 1% victory Democrats seem only too happy to deliver these issues .Al Gore discovered Willy Horton -Hubert Humphrey coined the 3A's (abortion , Acid& Amnesty) & Jerry Brown was the first to mention Whitewater.Even if they don't derail national campaigns negative primary strategies can produce a ready supply of ammunition for Republicans

Posted by: Robert | April 23, 2008 2:24 AM

Not This Time!

Hope Americans will realize the folly of the last 8 years and will not be bamboozled into voting against their own interests once again!

Also, its important that people voice their needs/demands of their elected officials - all of them - they need to start participating and holding everyone accountable. Just voting once in four years and then sitting back and expecting everything to solve itself - is not working.

We need to find solutions to problems in spite of the government - not by the government - The Bush Administration definitely helped us figure that out!

America has too many issues to deal with!

Posted by: Wendy NYC | April 25, 2008 3:45 PM

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