Barack Obama, The Stepfoward for Candidacy Reinforcement

The March 14-18 national Gallup survey of 1,209 Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters gave Clinton, a New York senator, a 49 percent to 42 percent edge over Obama, an Illinois senator. The Clinton’s new lead over Obama might be the results of the recent revelation and stain caused by Obama’s former pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

Some American voters suggest that Obama should have completely disowned and disassociated himself with Rev’ Wright’s Trinity United Church of Christ. But Obama clearly answered and defined his position in his recent race speech, “A More Perfect Union”.

My suggestion is that Obama in order to continually redefine his position and reclaim his lead and eventually win in the general election as President of the United States, he needs a new creative and strong PR, to produce a new TV and radio ad and run it in all the TV and radio networks so that his message can again penetrate and engrave in the minds of the voters and that may help him recapture and regain his voters and supporters and bolster his candidacy.

The media in recent weeks have been consistently focused on this issue of race and religion and that has helped trigger some of Obama supporters to question his patriotism.

There’s no doubt that Obama is the best candidate for the presidency of the United States. In politics so as in life, there are and will always be those who are willing and ready to do anything at any cost to jeopardize even at the cost of causing pain and infliction to someone or someone’s family in order to achieve their objection of causing and trigger confusion and disbelief in the minds of the supporters.

Thus, the Obama campaign needs to reengineer and reinforce what Obama has eloquently stated in his speech through new TV and radio ads across all the networks around the country.


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