The treat is that next Wednesday has been set aside for all Obama supporters to vote.
He looked into the wrong camera?
What a maroon.
Was Joe the plumber and wealth redistribution mentioned?
Obama is selling the dumbmasses a widget.
He dresses it up and covers it with flowers, but it's still nothing more than a widget.
They already have the same "civil rights" as everyone else. You have no right to get married in a church. You have no right to receive employer benefits.
You have a right to be treated equally by our government, and gays and lesbians are discriminated against in several ways. I agree that there is no right to be married in any church.
realjohnboy wrote:Complacency is his worst enemy.
that's the biggest difference between dems and pubbies.
put a republican in a lion's den at 5am on election day and he will kill every lion in the pit with his bare teeth to get to the polling place.
obama's presidency is anything but a done deal.
Infomercials like what Obama put out are designed with one purpose - convince you to do something you normally would not do.
Basically I am not a fan of advertising and I despise infomercials.
Obama ad scores high Wednesday night ratings
More people tuned in to watch Barack Obama's infomercial last night than usually watch TV at all on Wednesdays.
The Hollywood Reporter says: "The Obama special was seen by 26.3 million viewers across broadcasters CBS, NBC and Fox, according to preliminary Nielsen ratings. If you add Spanish-language broadcaster Univision, that total climbs to 29.9 million."
On average, this outperformed all the usual broadcast programming in the 7 p.m. timeslot.
This season, a cumulative 23.1 million viewers each week have been tuning in those three networks on Wednesdays.
NBC was the winner, with the most viewers of all the networks (9.8 million).
Meanwhile, ABC -- the network that missed out on airing the Obama ad -- showed its regular Wednesday night show, "Pushing Daisies" ... which got a 16 percent boost in audience.