"...As with other infomercials, he's got a few things he wants to sell you."

@newtondak (3950)
United States
October 29, 2008 6:08pm CST
I have to wholeheartly agree with McCain's statement regarding Obama's multi-million dollar TV infomercials that are to air within the hour.
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@mfpsassy (2827)
• United States
29 Oct 08
Hi Newton I am not really sure what to think of this. If he has something new to say I guess it would be alright(I personally could care less about the world series)But if it's the same old "sell" he should just go hang out with Bill the rest of the night. Maybe he is doing this for all those people who don't have paid t.v.
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@newtondak (3950)
• United States
30 Oct 08
Only the last part with him live in Florida was anything new - the rest was all stuff that he has aired on either commercials or on his satellite station.
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@mfpsassy (2827)
• United States
30 Oct 08
It hasn't aired here yet. it will probably air in about 15 minutes
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@mfpsassy (2827)
• United States
30 Oct 08
LMAO Hey it's finally on they didn't pre empt the world series for it Ummm It's 8 o'clock here
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@deebomb (15319)
• United States
29 Oct 08
I am so sick of Obama that I refuuse to wath any more commercials about him and his plans. He is on all the time. I'm tired of his being in our face all evening. I'll be glad when the election is over.
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@newtondak (3950)
• United States
29 Oct 08
And now they're pre-empting the beginning of the World Series game for Obama's paid infomercial.
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• United States
30 Oct 08
"And now they're pre-empting the beginning of the World Series game for Obama's paid infomercial." You are lying. Fox is cutting out 15 minutes of PRE-GAME coverage, willingly, for the time Obama bought. No part of the actual game is getting pre-empted. Get your facts straight for once.
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@eaforeman6 (8983)
• United States
29 Oct 08
I will also watch it to be informed. I also too, do agree with Mccain. It seems as though everytime I say my opinion on this, my rating goes down. I just cant see the need for all that after so much already being spent. Would have been nice to see that money go to help the poor.
• United States
30 Oct 08
Over 3 million donors gave to Obama's campaign, and the average donation was less than $200. Many of the people who gave their money to this candidate ARE on the poor side thanks to the economic situation. They gave to him because they believe in his message and his plans to make this country better. Don't forget that the middle class and below are the ones who will get the most relief from Obama, and that 80% of people will get more relief from Obama than McCain if their tax policies were implemented.
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@newtondak (3950)
• United States
30 Oct 08
But his definition of "middle class" keeps changing - who, actually, is middle class?
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@rocketj1 (6960)
• United States
30 Oct 08
Clinton ran on a "tax cuts for the middle class" campaign too. Remember what happened then?
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@rocketj1 (6960)
• United States
30 Oct 08
Yes, socialism!
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@newtondak (3950)
• United States
30 Oct 08
I guess when you think you're that important....not important enough not to have to buy time to sell his bill of goods. Funny though - McCain is getting free time tonight on the Larry King show!
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@rocketj1 (6960)
• United States
30 Oct 08
Go, John!
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@mfpsassy (2827)
• United States
30 Oct 08
Actually John turned down Larry King due to the fact he thought CNN was 1 sided. Then he changed his tune when he "leart" they would be running his inteview before, during, and after Obama's infomercial. Some where through the years I seem to remember he (Obama) has to spend all his "donations" either by the time he is elected or the day he takes office. But don't quote me I could be very wrong (please don't tell anyone I said that. It could be so damaging to me)
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@relundad (2311)
• United States
30 Oct 08
He doesn't have to sell those of us with half a brain anything. As a matter of fact those that are supporters donated and paid for the infomercial.
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@newtondak (3950)
• United States
30 Oct 08
It's your money to do with as you wish - I hope you think you got your money's worth.
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@relundad (2311)
• United States
30 Oct 08
Without a doubt.
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• United States
30 Oct 08
I missed it. I know I know. But carving pumkins with the kids was more important and I did not have it on in the background because I did not want to get distracted. It is not good to be distracted around small kids with sharp objects. I probly has a better time than if I had watched. I will find it on Youtube later and watch it. I have not seen it but I really do not like the idea. When I think infomerical I think late night TV cheesey guy trying to sell you something you do not really need. We have seen the three debates that all basically said the same thing. Commericals all over the TV and then everything that news covers. I am really getting burned out on this whole thing. If he spend the 1/2 hour saying something I have not heard from him before than fine. Or if he went inot greater detail on his plans that would be great. Details would be wonderful. But if it is the same old same old, then why bother. We have all heard it before.
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@newtondak (3950)
• United States
30 Oct 08
..."late night TV cheesey guy trying to sell you something you do not really need." That's pretty much what it amounted to!
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