Black Politics: Cynthia McKinney Has Alot to Say about America

Hello!!!

First of all, I’d like to announce that I’ll be on www.wpfw.org radio in the morning at 7:00 on Hodari’s show. I’ll be on live from Haiti. I hope those of you who can will tune in.

Of late, I’m been approached by four types of voters: one voter type knew about our Power to the People campaign and enthusiastically supported it. They find themselves in the position of not wanting to say, "I told you so" too loudly, but certainly say it among themselves and to each other.

Increasingly, though, there’s another type of voter that is contacting me, expressing "Buyer’s Remorse" for having supported candidate Barack Obama. These voters can be futher subdivided into three categories: those who voted for Obama, not knowing very much about our Power to the People campaign; those who voted for Obama, knowing a lot about Rosa, me, and the Power to the People campaign, but who chose instead to vote for Obama out of fear of a McCain/Palin White House; and finally, those who knew about our Power to the People campaign and were hostile to it because they were suspicious that our campaign was designed to deny the White House to candidate Obama–the spoiler campaign. Fortunately and hopefully, because of the integrity with which we ran our campaign, those in this latter category are few in terms of their numbers in communication with me.

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Published in: on April 8, 2009 at 4:44 pm  Leave a Comment  

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