Guess Who’s Featured In Obama’s Invesco Press Release?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Democrats, DNC, Veep

A certain Kansas Governor/Veep candidate…

“Barack Obama’s campaign for change has inspired millions of Americans and brought people into the political process who might never have been involved,” said Convention Co-Chair Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius. “This change in the Convention program will allow thousands of first-time participants a chance to take part. I can’t think of a better Convention finale for our nominee who has made reaching out to voters a hallmark of his campaign.”

Hmmm…now why would she be in there? Yeah, I know she’s Convention Co-Chair, but there are 3 others Co-Chairs, one of whom is Nancy Pelosi. Wouldn’t it have been more appropriate for her to be featured instead of a potential Veep candidate?

Interesting…


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One Response to “Guess Who’s Featured In Obama’s Invesco Press Release?”

  1. Chris Coleman Says:

    Obama’s acceptance speech could play a critical role in this year’s election. Colorado has always been known as a strong Republican state but it seems to have drifted under the radar toward the liberals in the past few years. With the DNC being hosting at the Denver Pepsi Center and Obama making such a strong statement by giving his acceptance speech to potentially 70,000+ visitors at Invesco Mile High Field, Colorado might just vote democrat this year – it could be a turning point in the Democrats’ favor!

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