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Barack Obama and his camp have done it again, thanks to the
American people who are just "sick
and tired of being sick and tired" of the state of
America. As we all
know, the Senator has won the primaries in Wisconsin and
Washington, and the Caucus in Hawaii (with large margins.)
He is ahead in pledged delegates and is ahead overall
(as of 2/21/08 the delegates total for
Obama is 1,358 & Clinton 1,264).
Can you believe this is happening?
Something many of us have hoped for is happening before
our eyes...please don't
wake me up if I'm dreaming!!!
How fantastic it is that the movement is growing and
getting stronger. I
am so full of pride that America is ready for new and for
change, and believes that Senator Obama can and will deliver
this change...this overall change we all are seeking!!
of course, with these successes the struggle becomes harder and
the fight is beginning to get malicious and unfair.
You may have heard that the votes in New York were never
counted and Senator Obama did receive votes as oppose to the
Zero (0) that was reported from many districts in New York (Click
here to See New York Times article dated February 16, 2008 -
"Unofficial Tallies in City Understated Obama Vote"
here to see another good article on this issue.
here to see what was posted on Senator Obama’s site).
even understand Mayor Bloomburg indicated there seems to have
been voter fraud (Click
Here to See New York Post Article).
Additionally, regarding fraud I’m finding out that the vote
count in New Hampshire was inaccurate as well.
here to read an article on this issue -
"Major allegations of vote fraud in New Hampshire")
far as the maliciousness it’s clear the battle is on now, because
in these past two days I have seen some bashing
Senator Obama and his wife. Hateful
statements of him not being real, that he is preaching false
hopes, he is just a good speaker, he has a silver tongue, and
the main one he is not experienced on National Security and has
no ability of being the Commander-in-Chief!
I say to all of these statements how worst can it get if
Senator Obama becomes President?
Clearly, America is at its worst now, look at the
economy; the high foreclosure rates; I even understand Sally Mae
is looking into cutbacks on student loans; look at the
"skyrocketing" gas prices; how about the cost of the
Iraq war; and most importantly our children are still in a far
away land fighting an unjust war.
Could it get any
more worst than this? I
what I have been hearing through the Senator’s speeches, round
tables and talks: is that he is able to deliver and has
solutions to these issues and problems.
Therefore, for the March 4th upcoming primaries in Texas, Ohio,
Rhode Island and Vermont please folks go out and keep up the
momentum by voting for Senator Barack Obama, so that he maintains his
current position as the front-runner in this democratic race; which will allow him to be the democratic nominee and ultimately
win the General elections and become the next President of the
United States. Let’s
continue making history together!!!
you know it's Black History Month - it's time to celebrate,
acknowledge, honor and memorialize our leaders, inventors,
discoverers, athletes, and even entertainers who have made
exceptional accomplishments and contributions throughout our
history. Therefore, let me first say 43 years ago on
February 21st Malcolm X was selfishly taken away from us
week in celebration of black history, I thought it would be
appropriate for me to share with you - who of African-American
decent have run for the Presidential and Vice Presidential positions in American History.
there have been a few individuals, and among these individuals 2 were
women. Below is a list along with a brief history of each:
- Frederick Douglass was the First African-American
nominated for Vice-President on the ticket of the Equal
Rights Party with suffragist Victoria Claflin Woodhull
running as President.
- Blanche Kelso Bruce was a U.S. Senator from Mississippi
and first Black person to serve a full term in the U.S.
Senate. Mr. Bruce was born a slave in Virginia in 1841 and
was the 2nd African-American in the U.S. Senate
pushing civil rights for Blacks, Native Americans, Chinese
Immigrants and former Confederates. He made history on
February 14, 1879, (according to the Historical Minutes
Note) because he was the first African-American to preside over
the Senate (session).
According to the “Almanac of Women and Minorities
in American Politics” among other sources he was placed
as first among African-American candidates, with a
nomination at the Republican Convention in 1880 in
sources indicate he was nominated by the Republican Party
for Vice-President in 1880 with Benjamin Harrison as
President and was nominated again in 1888.
Mr. Bruce was appointed Register of the Treasury by
President James Garfield in 1891-1893, making
Bruce the first black whose signature was represented on
U.S. paper currency, he served as the District of Columbia
recorder of deeds in 1891-1893, and again he was appointed
the Register of Treasury in 1897 until his death in 1889.
1904 - George Edwin Taylor ran for President on a
national African-American Political party “The
National Liberty Party”.
He was born in Arkansas in 1857 and was a Newspaper
man and Labor Champion. He was a black business owner and editor of the labor
advocate newspaper “The
Labor Advocate” in La Crosse Wisconsin.
He became interested in politics as reflected in
his editorship of the “Wisconsin Labor Advocate”, and
maintained a life-long interest in politics. By 1904 he became involved in an all African-American
political party “The
National Liberty Party”, where he was nominated as
its candidate for the office of the U.S. President.
He ran on a platform of “true liberty” for all
people, as outlined in the Constitution that included
universal suffrage, equal protection through anti-lynching
laws, pensions for ex-slaves and political representation
for citizens of the District of Columbia.
1968 – Rev. Channing E. Phillips of Washington,
a pastor, community activist and civil rights leader who
was the first black man nominated for President by a major
national party. He
served as President of the Housing Development Corporation
(a Government-backed housing venture in the Nation’s
Capital) and served seven years as the pastor of Lincoln
Congregational Temple United Church of Christ in
headed Robert F. Kennedy’s Presidential campaign in the
District of Columbia in 1968, and at the Democratic
convention in Chicago he was nominated as favorite son
candidate by District of Columbia delegation at the
Democratic Convention in Chicago and received 67 ½ votes (the
delegation had been pledged to Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, but
after the senator's assassination, it nominated Phillips
as a favorite son.)
Mr. Phillips said his candidacy was meant to show
“the Negro vote must not be taken for granted.
1972 - Congresswoman Shirley B. Chisholm of New
York became the first African-American woman nominated for
President. She was a contender for the Democratic Party's nod, with her
name appearing on primary ballots in 12 states. At the
party's national convention in Miami, she received 152
1984 - Rev. Jesse Jackson of Chicago made his
first bid for the Democratic nomination for President,
with his keynote speech at the national convention in San
Francisco stirring a "rainbow" of people
disaffected by the policies of Republican President Ronald
Reagan. The Rainbow
Coalition solidified into a political organization Jackson
used in 1988 to make a more formidable run for the
Democratic nomination. He won 11 Democratic Party
primaries and caucuses, including Virginia's, which was
held on the nation's first Super Tuesday, garnering 7
million votes in the process.
In 1988 – Rev. Jesse Jackson ran
for President again and at the Democratic party's 1988
national convention in Atlanta, Jackson won 1,218½ votes
the second highest behind party nominee Massachusetts Gov.
Michael S. Dukakis.
1988 - Also running for president was Dr.
Fulani of New York, a psychologist and social activist,
who held top slot on the New Alliance Party's ticket. She
is the first African-American to get on the ballot for
president in all 50 states. She ran again in 1992.
In 1991 - Virginia Gov. L. Douglas Wilder,
who had made history nearly two years earlier as the
nation's first elected African-American governor, flirted
with a presidential bid.
In September 1991, he announced that he was seeking
the Democratic nomination for president, however, he
pulled out of the race just four months later (January
1992), due to an under funded campaign and growing
In 1996 - Republican Alan Keyes of Maryland, a
former assistant secretary of state and former U.N.
ambassador, ran for the GOP presidential nomination, but
the staunch conservative rarely polled more than single
digits in primary contests across the country.
In 2000 – Alan Keyes ran again.
He was an announced candidate for his party's nomination, but his campaign has
showed little momentum.
In 2004 – U.S. Senator Carol Moseley Braun of
Illinois seeked the Democratic Presidential Nomination
during the crowded contest (a 10-person field was seeking
the Democratic presidential nomination). Ms. Braun served as Ambassador to New Zealand made history in
1992 as the First African-American woman elected to the
U.S. Senate. She
joined the presidential nomination race in early 2003, but
dropped out just days before the Iowa caucuses in early
In 2004 – Rev. Al Sharpton, pastor and political
and civil rights activist, also seeked the Democratic
Presidential Nomination this year.
Rev. Sharpton is the head of the National Action
Network, and he campaigned for approximately 14 months
before withdrawing from the race and supporting the
party’s nominee U.S. Senator John Kerry of
the primaries Sharpton was second place in the DC Primary
where he won 20% of the vote.
Cleaver, then minister of information of the
Black Panther Party, and
activist Dick Gregory shared the presidential nominations
of the Peace & Freedom Party. Cleaver was on the
ballot in at least five states and got about 10,000 votes;
Gregory got almost 50,000 votes in the nine states where
he was on the ballot.
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