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TX and OH...we need your help!

By Tony Campbell - Posted on 19 February 2008

From the press office:

Hey, everybody! First of all, I want to thank everyone for what you have done so far. R.F.O. is growing by the day and we can not do it without our state leaders. That being said, next week is HUGE in deciding if Senator Obama is going to win the nomination. I have put together a brief letter to the editor that points some gaping flaws in Senator Clinton's rhetoric and her apparent amnesia. It is important that we reach the editors of the local papers in TX and OH with this information.

If you can find editorial information for papers in Dallas - FTW, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, Austin in TX, send it to

If you can find editorial information for papers in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Youngstown, Dayton, Akron and Toledo, do the same thing.

This is a great way of getting your folks actively engaged with R.F.O. before they go out and vote next Tuesday.

Thank you!!!


We are no longer a nation of losers! Why is Hillary Clinton losing the battle against Barack Obama to become the Democratic Party’s nominee for president?  It’s all boiling down to which candidate has the best set of leadership skills for the 21st century. More Americans choose his set and reject hers. We truly do deserve the government we get.  And in this cycle, America feels they want, need, and deserve the leadership of Barack Obama.  “It’s the People, Stupid,” who believe the time is right, and this is why so many of them, for the first time in a long while, are working nonstop to get him elected.  Rather than being a “cult leader,” as the Clinton campaign so absurdly suggests, Barack Obama is in truth a “catalytic leader” because his is a transformational leadership whose mission is making the world a better place for the public good. The phrase was coined and described in the work of Dr. Jeffrey Luke of the University of Oregon.  Professor Luke founded The Luke Center for Leadership: It seems Barack Obama has the very type of leadership style we need at this very moment of world history. According to the Luke Center, “catalytic leadership style is based on a vision, building partnerships, collaboration, and passion.”  It’s Obama’s leadership style that is representative of turning the page from the fights, divisions, and the blame game of the past to a brighter future of cooperation, unity, and real solutions for the 21st century.  As a nation, we are ready and “fired up” because, rather than remaining stunned silent like deer caught in the headlights of our drivers-in-chief, we, the People have finally gained our wits.  As such, we know we’re the deciders in ’08 and, at long last, we reject the George Bush-McCain autocratic style of “forcing your will upon others, not consulting with opposing voices, and falling prey to the supposed collective wisdom of a coterie that never disagreed with you” --  failed policies and the Clintonian bureaucratic style of egocentric calculation, secrecy, and aggressive “gotcha, must-win-at-all-costs” failed strategies.  The 20th century Bush-Clinton dynasties have failed us and must end!  America is turning the page to the real 21st century leadership because Yes, We Can!     

I Bet people who opted for Obama, when he was a different choice, a change from the old to achieve happiness in unhappy time, I bet many of them, including famous and powerful people, wished they had waited to discover brain of Hillary, heart of Hillary, Hillary the fighter, Hillary the Warrior, Hillary the leader that they didnot know, Hillary the clear choice for their families, Hillary the practical Senator who can bring Congress and Presidency together. Yes, there will be buyers regret.

Cut and paste must be the latest trend among the young and foolish......

if you can't beat 'em...

Buyer's remorse?

If we're talking about Senator Clinton, caveat emptor seems more likely.

I'm glad Hillary voters are so involved and active in their support of Ms. Clinton. That's great. But to assert that Hillary is the stronger general election candidate, or the candidate to unite the country, is to succumb to denial in the worst way. There are lots of valid reasons one could support Senator Clinton. Those two are not among them.



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