Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Obama Campaign Headquarters-St. Paul, MN


Children's art work is prominently displayed on the wall of the St. Paul Obama Headquarters where I will volunteer 'til November 3rd. The cardboard figure on the left does not quite measure up to the Fitzgerald sculpture I recently posted so instead of talking to Obama, I'll just work for him, at least until Election Day.

11 comments:

  1. What lovely work by children. And yeah! I'd be working for the Obama campaign too if I lived in America.

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  2. waouhh..voilà de superbes affiches pour Mister Obama, beau travail des enfants.

    waouhh .. is great posters for Mister Obama, beautiful child labor.

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  3. I hope that whoever becomes the new president will play a better international role than the present one! The US politics and economy have such an influence abroad also, so we should almost have the right to vote! If the French could vote, Obama would win easily!! (... like Kerry last time!)

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  4. I really do hope Obama can fix this mess in Washington. There is so many faults there I don't think anybody can fix them all. And we just bailed out AIG by borrowing 85 billion more from China. It is amazing how screwed up our system has become.

    I do like your photo of the posters. Very nice, Kate.

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  5. I like each and every one of them. I cant wait for election day for a change.

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  6. Awesome! I wish I had time to volunteer for the campaign. I'm too busy with my theater and whatnot though!

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  7. That is really cool. To be involved in such a major event must be brilliant. Have you done it before?

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  8. Good for you to actually be out there
    doing more than just voting, and may say for the right candidate too. I'm with Jilly I'd be 24/7 to get this guy in power.

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  9. Good for you for volunteering! Some of the artwork is very nice.

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  10. Good for you. I'm thinking of volunteering myself! I love those posters.

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  11. What wonderful art work. Bravo Kate!

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