Obama is now gaming our system
by TeresaINPennsylvania, Wed Mar 12, 2008 at 08:27:57 AM EDT
Our how ironic. Look what I just got in my email. Obama is gaming the system, asking people in Pa to change their party affiliation to game the system in PA.
I plan to spread this all over the PA blogs so that all democrats know how little he values our party and PA's right to hold a closed primary where democrats get to decide on their own nominee.
Follow me over the fold to witness for yourself how underhanded the Obama campaign is. Not only is he encouraging republicans to change registration, but he is encouraging out of state students to vote here too. I wonder how many of them already voted for him in other states?
Register to vote The Pennsylvania primary is only six weeks away, but there's another important deadline coming up even sooner.
Anyone who wants to vote on April 22nd must be registered as a Democrat by March 24th. If you are not currently registered or are registered in another party, you must register as a Democrat in order to vote for Barack.
This race is extremely close, and every vote matters. Make your support count by registering as a Democrat today:
If you're certain that you're already a registered Democrat, take a moment to invite five of your friends to register as Democrats so they can join you in voting in the Pennsylvania primary:
This campaign has generated unprecedented enthusiasm all across the country. Hundreds of thousands of supporters have attended events, canvassed their neighborhoods, and organized their communities for Barack.
But the Pennsylvania primary is quickly approaching, and now's the time to turn our enthusiasm for Barack into votes.
Whether you are not registered or are registered as a Republican or in another party, make sure your voice is heard. The deadline to register as a Democrat is March 24th, but you can register today:
Pennsylvania Deputy Field Director
Obama for America
P.S. -- If you are a student currently living in Pennsylvania, you are eligible to register as a Democrat here and vote in the primary on April 22nd.
Register right now:
And if you know that you are a registered Democrat, invite five of your friends to register as Democrats in Pennsylvania and vote on April 22nd:
Oh the delicious irony. Remember the "Democrat for a day campaign? I thought this type of sleaziness was isolated to Mi and Fl.
BTW, let me be one of the first to say how thrilled I am that the new governor of NY is an important first in that state. Not only is he the first black governor I believe but he is also the first blind governor anywhere if I am correct.
I am thrilled for the people of NY, the AA community and the blind community. Congratulations to the new governor, his family and his state.