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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

ONLY WHEN REQUIRED WILL POLITICS AS USUAL BE UNUSUAL ~ PEOPLE



Stand up for a new kind of politics

The truth is only as powerful as your voice

As the Democratic primary heats up, we're seeing a lot of politics-as-usual attacks online and in the media. Barack Obama stands for a new kind of politics -- a politics without partisan bickering and smear tactics.

You can help push back on the petty and divisive methods of our opponents.

Share Barack's story with your friends, family, and neighbors today.

BARACK OBAMA and HIS CHURCH

Trinity United Church of Christ is the largest congregation in the United Church of Christ. It is part of a liberal denomination that was the first to ordain an African American, a woman, and a gay man. Congregants have described it in the New York Times as a "warm and accepting community," and while it is a predominantly African American congregation, people of all backgrounds attend and are enthusiastically welcomed.

If you encounter an attack on Barack's church:
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BARACK OBAMA and FAITH

Barack Obama is a committed and active Christian. He has been a member of the Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago for 20 years, where he continues to attend services with his family. Barack has never been a Muslim or practiced any other faith besides Christianity, and in January 2005 he was sworn into the U.S. Senate on his family Bible.

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BARACK OBAMA and PATRIOTISM

Barack Obama has been a community organizer, a civil rights attorney, and taught constitutional law for a decade. In both the Illinois and U.S. Senate he tackled ethics reform and has been an aggressive advocate for veterans rights. Barack's grandfather taught him to say the Pledge of Allegiance, and he regularly leads his fellow Senators as they recite it together.

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USE YOUR VOICE TO SPEAK THE TRUTH

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2 Comments:

At January 24, 2008 at 6:50:00 PM EST , Blogger D-Man said...

I get to go to my very first caucus on Super Tuesday. Previously I have lived in states with a simple primary. I'm excited about it.

And I think I'll caucus for Obama.

 
At January 24, 2008 at 9:21:00 PM EST , Blogger ilovemylife said...

I hope you will share about your experience with the caucus. We have our primary March 4.

I hope you do caucus for Obama.

I'm quite upset with what Bill and Hillary have been doing regarding Barack. I have written to the DNC about it.

"Change We Can Believe" is not something I can associate with the Clintons since New Hampshire.

 

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