Obey Urges You to Vote...and Asks for Some Support
With Super Tuesday fast approaching, those Phenomenologists over at Obey are getting into the campaigning spirit, with a call to the ballot box, urging Americans the country over to exercise their right to be the 'We' in 'We, the people.'
Of course, like me, they have a particular candidate they'd like to ask you to vote for:
...more a statesman than a politician. He was against the war when it was an unpopular position (and Hillary was for the war at that time)...he is for energy and environmental conservation. He is for healthcare reform.
And who could they be talking about? Who else:
In realizing the importance of this election, and the rare opportunity to have a real change in Washington, we are trying to get involved in any way we can. One of the new steps was to set up a fundraising page to help raise campaign support for Obama. Whatever you may have heard from pundits, the truth is this: Barack Obama's campaign is not being funded by lobbyists and special interests groups or PACs; it is being funded by regular Americans like us, and like the lady Barack likes to mention when he talks, who sent him a moneygram for $3.01, along with a verse from the Bible. (Any guess on the verse?)
Maybe Obama's not your guy. Maybe you're not so sure about giving money to a Democrat (or even a Republican for that matter). But maybe, just maybe, you are ready for some change, and maybe, just maybe, you're ready to do something about it.