Monday, October 06, 2008

Video Explosion

Election Day 2008 is now officially less than a month away, and both major candidates (and their followers) are on the attack. I've posted below a variety of videos (mostly of the anti-Obama persuasion) that I find especially interesting. Topics range from anti-Obama African American sentiment, the quasi-religious fanaticism of Obama-mania, and the roots of our current economic crisis. The views expressed in these videos are not necessarily my own. Please enjoy, and also, please feel free to enlighten me with your views on our economy. I think it's key to understand where fault lies in order to understand how to to prevent another situation like this from happening. For a rather unexpected analysis of the crisis, check out this article from the Washington Post. What do you think?


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Bradley L. Hill said...

Thanks for posting these videos. We are such a diverse society! I'm beginning to see how difficult it is to market a product or a candidate.