\”Road To Change\” Tour Makes Stops In Columbus and Terre Haute, Indiana Today…

Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama D-Ill., speaks at a town hall meeting at Jefferson High School in Lafayette, Ind., Thursday, April 10, 2008.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Barack Obama and the \”Road To Change\” Bus Tour make stops today in Columbus and Terre Haute, Indiana.

Just under two weeks till Pennsylvania and the month of May will be like a roller coaster to the June 3rd finish line. This Democratic nomination has been the most intense in my life time and when Obama wins the the Nomination he\’ll surely be the most vetted and prepared Democratic Nominee in years.

Actually,I pity John McCain once the Obama campaign turns to the general election. The sure volume of enthusiasm, energy, focus, and yes Money will I believe overwhelm the republicans this year. Republicans have prided in the past there organization and ability to fill campaign war chests. Not this year, the average donor from online contributors is $99 and the max to give is $2300 so there\’s plenty more where that came from. Obama with the help of small donors and other large contributors have put $250 million into the Obama coffers for the Democratic nomination and General election in November and that\’s just a start.

Hillary Clinton has only one prayer and that is to start a superdelegate revolution and conduct a political Coup d\’état on the convention floor in Denver at the August Democratic Convention. Well now that will be a scene Hillary Clinton and surrogates bribing and offering political appointments to the democratic delegations. It seems that just some people just don\’t know when to quit and when that happens it\’s normally a train wreck at the end…


Democrats Obama-Clinton Spread
Total Delegates 1641 – 1505 Obama + 136
Pledged Delegates 1415 – 1251 Obama + 164
Popular Vote 49.5 – 46.9 Obama +2.6
Popular Vote (w/FL) 48.5 – 47.1 Obama +1.4
Nat\’l RCP Average 47.8 – 42.0 Obama +5.8
Pennsylvania 41.3 – 49.1 Clinton +7.8
North Carolina 48.6 – 33.0 Obama +15.6


Video: Barack in Lafayette, IN


4/22 – Pennsylvania (158)

5/3 – Guam (4)

5/6 – Indiana (72) North Carolina (115)

5/13 – West Virginia (28)

5/20 – Kentucky (51) Oregon (52)

6/3 – Montana (16) South Dakota (15)

6/7 – Puerto Rico (55)


Weekly Prayer for Obama
Sunday, April 13, 2008 @ 08:00am
Hagatna, GU

Grand Opening for Obama for America Guam Office
Sunday, April 13, 2008 @ 3:00pm
Hagatna, GU

Weekly Prayer for Obama
Sunday, April 20, 2008 @ 08:00am
Hagatna, GU

Contact a Super Delegate (Guam)
Tuesday, April 22, 2008 @ 12:00pm
Hagatna, GU

Weekly Prayer for Obama
Sunday, April 27, 2008 @ 08:00am
Hagatna, GU


Women for Obama Luncheon w/ Sophia Bush
Friday, April 11, 2008 @ 12:00pm
Wilmington, NC

First Official Campaign Canvass–Asheville
Saturday, April 12, 2008 @ 10:00am
Asheville, NC

10th District Democratic Straw Poll
Saturday, April 12, 2008 @ 11:00am
Newton, NC

Canvass For Change in Rutherford County
Saturday, April 12, 2008 @ 2:00pm
Forest City, NC


Road to Change Town Hall with Barack Obama

Columbus East High School
230 South Marr Rd
Columbus, IN

Friday, April 11, 2008
Doors Open: 9:30 a.m.
Program begins: 11:30 a.m.

Road to Change Town Hall with Barack Obama

Terre Haute North Vigo High School Gym
3434 Maple Ave
Terre Haute, IN

Friday, April 11, 2008
Doors Open: 6:15 p.m.
Program begins: 8:15 p.m.



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Recent video of tourists to the Himalayas :\”Lotus Journeys\”..Road to Shamballa by Three Dog Night…


Tibetan monks hold Tibetan flags as they pray during a protest march in Mumbai. China bluntly told the world Olympics chief Thursday to keep out of politics, in a tart exchange on human rights following days of protests that have shadowed the Olympic torch around the world.(AFP/Indranil Mukherjee)

Pro-Tibet demonstrators display a banner in front of a McDonald\’s branch -one of the sponsors of the Olympic Games Beijing 2008- in down town Buenos Aires on April 10. With the flame now in Buenos Aires, International Olympic Committee chiefs have wrapped up a week of meetings in Beijing that have been overshadowed by controversy surrounding China and disruptions to the Olympic torch relay.(AFP/Daniel Garcia)


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