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The Kingdom on Earth, Kingdom of Heaven, Kingdom of God, which Obama mentions is the Second Coming of Christ After the Great Awakenings in the 18th and 19th century we now witness: The Obama Awakening The Obama Awakening is the Fifth Manifestation of the Second Coming of Christ The Obama Awakening rests on the Four Earlier Manifestations: 4. Global Communication 3. Democracy 2. Psychological Knowledge and Self-Responsibility 1. Personal Spiritual Relation with God replacing Dogma in Religion and Atheism The Obama Awakening is a catalyst for the Unification of Mankind: All religions, all ethnic groups, all ideologies, all nationalities, both genders Some will try to prevent The Obama Awakening by silencing it's leader Barack Obama is just an Instrument in The Obama Awakening which is just an Instrument in The Second Coming of Christ The Second Coming of Christ is not the Reincarnation of Jesus of Nazareth in one person It's the Awakening of the Christ Spirit in every human being Some people experience Christ as Compassion, Wisdom, Peaceful Strength, Love Christ lives in everyone, religious and non-religious If you have any questions: PRAY for an answer Keywords: Barack Obama, wins, victory, NH, primary, primaries, Awakening, Christian, Second Coming of Christ, Religion, Faith, Unity, black, Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, President, Democrat, Iowa, Caucus, African American, race, USA, Super Tuesday, Super Duper Tuesday, God, Trinity United Church of Christ, Barack Hussein Obama (pronounced /bəˈrɑːk huːˈseɪn oʊˈbɑːmə/[1]) (born August 4, 1961) is the junior United States Senator from Illinois and a leading candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 presidential election.[2][3] He is the fifth African American Senator in U.S. history, the third popularly elected African American Senator, and the only African American currently serving in the U.S. Senate.[4] Born in Honolulu to a Kenyan father and an American mother, Obama grew up in culturally diverse surroundings. He lived most of his early life in Hawaii and spent four of his pre-teen years in Jakarta, Indonesia. A graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, Obama worked as a community organizer, university lecturer, and civil rights lawyer before running for public office. He served in the Illinois Senate from 1997 to 2004, launching his campaign for U.S. Senate in 2003. Obama delivered the keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention while still an Illinois state legislator. He went on to win election to the U.S. Senate in November 2004 with a landslide 70% of the vote in an election year marked by Republican gains.[5][6] As a member of the Democratic minority in the 109th Congress, Obama co-sponsored the enactment of conventional weapons control and transparency legislation, and made official trips to Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. In the 110th Congress, he has sponsored legislation on lobbying and electoral fraud, climate change, nuclear terrorism, and care for returned U.S. military personnel. Since announcing his presidential campaign in February 2007, Obama has emphasized ending the Iraq War, increasing energy independence, and providing universal health care as major priorities.[7] He married in 1992 and has two daughters. He has written two bestselling books: a memoir of his youth titled Dreams from My Father, and The Audacity of Hope, a personal commentary on U.S. politics.[8] Wikipedia In February 2007, standing before the Old State Capitol building in Springfield, Illinois, Obama announced his candidacy for the 2008 U.S. presidential election.[2] Describing his working life in Illinois, and symbolically linking his presidential campaign to Abraham Lincoln's 1858 House Divided speech, Obama said: "That is why, in the shadow of the Old State Capitol, where Lincoln once called on a house divided to stand together, where common hopes and common dreams still live, I stand before you today to announce my candidacy for President of the United States of America."[86] Speaking at a Democratic National Committee meeting one week before the February announcement, Obama called for putting an end to negative campaigning. "This can't be about who digs up more skeletons on who, who makes the fewest slip-ups on the campaign trail," he said. "We owe it to the American people to do more than that."[87] Obama's campaign raised US$58 million during the first half of 2007, topping all other candidates and exceeding previous records for the first six months of any year before an election year.[88] Small donors, those contributing in increments of less than $200, accounted for $16.4 million of Obama's record-breaking total, more than for any other Democratic candidate.[89] His campaign reported adding 108,000 new donors through third quarter fundraising, for a total of 365,000 individual contributors in the first nine months.[90] Amid concerns for his safety as the first black candidate seen as having a viable chance of being elected president, the U.S. government assigned Secret Service protection to Obama 18 months before the general election.[91]
7 Jan 2008
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'08 Roundup: Primary Edition Your Daily Politics Video Blog: Today's the big day. Here's our roundup of what to expect tonight and what it might mean.
8 Jan 2008
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It's Primary Day in New Hampshire and Debate Porridge opens wide for a primary voter who explains Hillary's underdog numbers. Meet Dr. Michael Yannetti.
9 Jan 2008
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The UpTake's Sock Le Puppet offers his own unique analysis of the New Hampshire primary results. Lazy media swine beware!
9 Jan 2008
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UAB's Holly Brasher explains the reasoning behind our current Electoral college and Political Primary systems.
10 Jan 2008
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Looking for primary care physicians Houston residents like you can trust? If you are in the marker for a primary care physician in Northwest Houston or the Cypress Texas, you owe it to yourself to contact HNW Primary Care. This is a longstanding and established medical practice with a team of people ready to meet your healthcare needs while exceeding your expectations. Time and time again, various organizations have named HNW Primary Care as the top primary care doctors in Houston. Now, you have the chance to find out for yourself just what level of care they provide by contacting the office for your first appointment.
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*******www.236**** Eugene Mirman covers the primary in New Hampshire. See more at *******www.236****/video
11 Jan 2008
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www.getthedaily**** A Preview Of The New Hampshire Primary
15 Jan 2008
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Read The Playbook: *******www.politico****/playbook It’s Primary Day in Michigan, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton call a sort of truce, and Dennis Kucinich might get to debate after all.
15 Jan 2008
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Obama Takes on Question of Christian Faith Keywords: 2008 Election, Barack Obama, Barack Obama 2008, Christian Faith, Religion, Calling, Committed Christian, Christianity, Prayer, Barack Obama Muslim, Barack Obama Race, Democratic Presidential Candidate, Democratic Primary, Obama, Obama Muslim, Obama Muslim Email, Obama Muslim Smear, Obama Pledge Of Allegiance, Pledge Of Allegiance, Breaking Politics News COLUMBIA, S.C. — Barack Obama is stepping up his effort to correct the misconception that he's a Muslim now that the presidential campaign has hit the Bible Belt. At a rally to kick off a weeklong campaign for the South Carolina primary, Obama tried to set the record straight from an attack circulating widely on the Internet that is designed to play into prejudices against Muslims and fears of terrorism. "I've been to the same church _ the same Christian church _ for almost 20 years," Obama said, stressing the word Christian and drawing cheers from the faithful in reply. "I was sworn in with my hand on the family Bible. Whenever I'm in the United States Senate, I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. So if you get some silly e-mail ... send it back to whoever sent it and tell them this is all crazy. Educate." Obama is referring to a debunked chain e-mail circulating widely on the Internet that suggests he is hiding his Islamic roots and may be a terrorist in disguise. It says he was sworn into the Senate on the Quran and turns his back on the flag during the pledge. There are some truths in the e-mail's details. Obama's middle name is Hussein. His father and stepfather were Muslim. And he spent part of his childhood in Indonesia, a largely Muslim country. But he attended secular and Catholic schools, not a radical madrassa. His campaign has been pushing back against the false rumors all year. His aides decried an incorrect news report that Obama was educated in a Muslim madrassa and a section of his Web site is devoted to correct that and other false rumors circulating on the Internet. But they are stepping up the effort now that the campaign has hit South Carolina and soon turns to other southern states where religion is so important to voters. The campaign distributed an open letter from seven Jewish senators this weekend condemning the attacks; aides are planning an event this week to respond directly to the e-mails; and campaign representatives blanketed South Carolina churches Sunday with literature that touted Obama's Christian faith. One piece features photos of Obama praying with the words "COMMITTED CHRISTIAN" in large letters across the middle. It says Obama will be a president "guided by his Christian faith" and includes a quote from him saying, "I believe in the power of prayer." A second piece, which like the first doesn't mention the Muslim rumor, includes photos of Obama with his family and a caption that says they are active members of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago. It explains how as a young man Obama "felt a beckoning of the spirit and accepted Jesus Christ into his life." Obama says he's going to fight harder against other mischaracterizations about his positions that he says are being perpetrated by rival Hillary Rodham Clinton and her husband, the former president. "When I see Senator Clinton, President Clinton distort my words ... that is not a way to move the debate forward, that is not a way to help the American people," Obama said during his rally at the Columbia Convention Center. "I am not running for president just to become president, I'm running to help the American people. I'm not willing to say or do anything just to win an election."
23 Jan 2008
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Barack Obama on some Issues concerning Women Preventing Unwanted Pregnancy: Barack Obama is an original co-sponsor of legislation to expand access to contraception, health information and preventive services to help reduce unintended pregnancies. Introduced in January 2007, the Prevention First Act will increase funding for family planning and comprehensive sex education that teaches both abstinence and safe sex methods. The Act will also end insurance discrimination against contraception, improve awareness about emergency contraception, and provide compassionate assistance to rape victims. Supports a Woman’s Right to Choose: Barack Obama understands that abortion is a divisive issue, and respects those who disagree with him. However, he has been a consistent champion of reproductive choice and will make preserving women’s rights under Roe v. Wade a priority as President. He opposes any constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court's decision in that case. PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN Reducing Domestic Violence: One in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Family violence accounted for 11 percent of all violence between 1998 and 2002. Barack Obama introduced legislation to combat domestic violence by providing $25 million a year for partnerships between domestic violence prevention organizations and Fatherhood or Marriage programs to train staff in domestic violence services, provide services to families affected by domestic violence, and to develop best practices in domestic violence prevention. Strengthening Domestic Violence Laws: Approximately 1,400 women a year – four every day – die in the United States as a result of domestic violence. And 132,000 women report that they have been victims of a rape or attempted rape, and it is estimated that an even greater number have been raped, but do not report it. Senator Obama co-sponsored and helped reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act. Signed into law in January 2006, the bill funds and helps communities, nonprofit organizations, and police combat domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The legislation establishes a sexual assault services program and provides education grants to prevent domestic violence. Fighting Gender Violence Abroad: The genocide in Darfur has had particularly devastating consequences for women. Tens of thousands of women have been killed, raped, and displaced since the conflict began in 2003. Barack Obama has been a leading voice in Washington urging the end of genocide in Sudan. He worked with Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS) on the Darfur Peace and Accountability Act, a version of which was signed into law. Obama has traveled to the United Nations to meet with Sudanese officials and visited refugee camps on the Chad-Sudan border to raise international awareness of the ongoing humanitarian disaster there. He also worked with Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) to secure $20 million for the African Union peacekeeping mission. Keywords: Barack Obama, wins, SC, South Carolina, primary, victory, speech, Democratic women, women's rights, female, voters, Hillary Clinton
8 Apr 2009
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Odds are we'll have a good idea who the Democratic nominee is going to face in November when we know the winner of tonight's Republican primary in Florida. TPMtv runs down the state of the race and what to expect; and tonight we'll bring you results.
29 Jan 2008
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Read The Playbook: *******www.politico****/playbook Virginia, Maryland, and DC hold primaries today, Hillary Clinton wants to fight, Barack Obama feels the love, and Mike Huckabee battles John McCain dragon.
13 Feb 2008
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