President Obama Speaks At Philadelphia Rally

Here was the warm up team – Gov. Rendell, Sen. Casey and Mayor Nutter

Here’s the line for the first rally in Philadelphia, which stretched for 5 full city blocks an hour before the start.

It was amazing that so many Temple University students got out of bed at 6 AM on a Saturday to get in line.

WOW!  Look at all those disenchanted supporters/voters  LOL

Enthusiasim gap?  WUH? HUH? 

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15 Responses to President Obama Speaks At Philadelphia Rally

  1. Ametia says:

    Check out that big honkin’ flag, GEESH!

  2. Ametia says:

    As midterms near, Obama works to re-ignite 2008 enthusiasm in Philadelphia
    By Nia-Malika Henderson
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Monday, October 11, 2010; 1:14 AM

    PHILADELPHIA – President Obama pressed his case Sunday to a crowd that packed into a park here, urging them to defy the conventional wisdom that they will not show up at the polls in November the way they did two years ago.

    “I want everybody to understand our victory in that campaign,” he said. “That wasn’t the end of the road. That was just the beginning of the road. That was just the start of the journey. By itself, it does not deliver the change that we need.

    “I’m back here two years later because our job is not yet done, and the success of our mission is at stake right now. On November 2nd, I need you as fired up as you were in 2008, because we’ve got a lot of work ahead of us.”

    Philadelphia has been the backdrop for pivotal moments in Obama’s political career. It’s where he delivered his race speech, where he had one of his toughest debates against Hillary Rodham Clinton, and where he drew one of his biggest crowds in the days before the presidential election.

    “We must have seen 80,000 to 100,000 people that day” over multiple stops, Gov. Edward G. Rendell (D) said. “It was unbelievable.”

  3. Ametia says:

    LMBAO Dannie, where you at? President Obama’s hanging out with Black people!

    Well, I do declare!

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