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The Final Push (Updated)

Anita Kumar

Here are some of the numerous campaign activities happening in battleground Virginia in the final two days before voters go to the polls to elect Republican John McCain or Democrat Barack Obama:


Today, Gov. Mike Huckabee speaks in Lynchburg and several former POWs, including Paul Galanti, Orson Swindle and Tom Moe will appear in Danville.

Tomorrow, the former POWs will be in Chesapeake, Norfolk, Yorktown, Mechanicsville and Richmond. Former Sen. Fred Thompson, former governor George Allen, Attorney General Robert F. McDonnell, Del. Christopher B. Saxman (R-Saunton) and former Attorney General Jerry Kilgore will fly around the state, stopping in Harrisonburg, Norfolk, Richmond and the Tri-Cities area. McCain will hold a rally in the Tri-Cities area tomorrow night.


Today, Sen. Hillary Clinton holds a rally in Fairfax County. Former DNC chairman Terry McAuliffe will be in Bristol, Castlewoood and Tazewell. Sen. Creigh Deeds is in Grundy, Big Stone Gap and Clintwood. House Democratic Caucus Chairman Brian Moran is in Woodbridge, Dale City and Fredericksburg. Actor Hill Harper (CSI: NY) will be Hampton, Charles City and Newport News and actors Ben McKenzie (The O.C) and John Cho (American Pie) will be in Williamsburg and Fredericksburg.

Tomorrow, Gov. Timothy M. Kaine will appear with former governor and U.S. Senate candidate Mark R. Warner in Roanoke, Norfolk and Richmond. McAuliffe will be in Wytheville, Galax, Blacksburg, Roanoke and Lexington. Moran will be in Newport News, Williamsburg, Petersburg and Henrico County. Deeds will be at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Harper will be in Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk and Portsmouth. Obama will hold a rally at the Prince William County Fairgrounds.

By Anita Kumar  |  November 2, 2008; 2:27 PM ET
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Hi, my fellow Americans!
I'm 40 years old, writting from Argentina. I always support GOP candidates in my coutry (It is normally unusual).
I shout NO NO NOBAMA! And I say: Vote McCain/Palin 08!
Let me tell you about the situation of my country. We are currently rule by the Kirchners, a Chavez's very good close friends.
The Kirchners were members of a terrorist organization in the 70's: Montoneros. They have a lot of ministers, secretaries of state, and public employees, who were members of differente terrorist groups between the last 60's and the middle 70's (Montoneros, ERP, FAR... all of them enemies of the United States).
Kircher said at the United Nation's Assemebly he is "a son of the Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mayo Square's Mothers)". He and his wife are all the time joining different meetings with Hebe de Bonafini, a woman who said "Cheers" wiht islamic terrorist destroyed Thin Towers on 11-S-2001. Bonafini adopted a man, Sergio Shocklender, who killed their parents in 1981. Chavez an Bonafini were together in different meetings with Fidel Castro.
Bruce Springsteen, a Nobama supporter, participated with Sting and Peter Gabriel in a rock concert in Argentina (1988) where they were dancing and singing with Bonafini's Madres de Plaza de Mayo.
Kirchner, Chavez, Evo Morales and another Latin American characters are speaking all the time about the "unfare distribution of the wealth"... as Nobama!
Kirchner, Chavez, Evo Morales and another Latin American characters are saying "we must to keep dialogue" with Iran, ETA, FARC... as Nobama!

Please STOP Nobama if you don's convert USA in a leftist extension of Latin America!

Good Bless you! And God Bless America!

Carson Marsh

P.S.: Excuse me if I made some mistakes. My Spanish is better than my English.

Posted by: Solyd_Truth | November 2, 2008 9:28 PM | Report abuse

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