Wednesday, September 26, 2007

"You Tube" Obama?

So...I did a search on YouTube for Democratic candidate Barack Obama, and I found out that this is what his most popular video is.Really shows how much his supporters are interested in his politics. And yes...he shaves his chest.

But, I'm really going to try to find an Obama video on YouTube, where he actually discusses his politics...just hang on...

Wait...this may be it...Oh, nevermind, that wasn't it.

Ok, lemme keep looking here...wait, here's one where he actually almost explains his position (atleast on the war), but more so just states it, rather than actually explaining why.But still I haven't really heard anything, other than the fact that he opposes the war. Which if that was all that mattered, there are plenty of other candidates who feel the same way. So...why does it seem that he has so much support?

And by the way, the number of views on the first video were 3,799,679. As compared to the views of that last video which were 245,807. And even still he hasn't really discussed his politics or explained his stance on anything.

I hate to do this, but I'm gonna have to keep looking until I find a video where he gives some real answers and explanations, rather than just raising more questions.

...I've gotten down to under 100,000 views now and still haven't found anything that really explains his true positions (other than that he wants to get out of Iraq and spend more of OUR money on other things like health-care and education; in this country as well as abroad). So...this may take a few days.

In the mean-time, this is Ron Paul's most popular video currently on YouTube, with 491,412 views.He certainly doesn't seem quite as afraid to explain his points of view, like most (if not all) of the other candidates running for President are. People are allowing themselves to be misled by the other candidates since they avoid giving real explanations for their positions, but rather use strong key words like, "honor" or "patriotic". This seems to really get people worked up and earn their support, even if they don't really know what they're rooting for.

1 comment:

James said...

Obama shaves his chest?
Not like this guy i hope!
Irish Shaving ad
But seriously Hiliary does stand for things, but she is too divisive to win