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For those unable to tear themselves away from their computers, the Obama campaign has uploaded tonight’s half-hour infomercial/commercial/whichever, entitled American Stories, American Solutions, to YouTube. Watch it below:

For those unable to tear themselves away from their computers, the Obama campaign has uploaded tonight’s half-hour infomercial/commercial/whichever, entitled American Stories, American Solutions, to YouTube. Watch it below:

  1. Obamas infomercial was awesome! I can’t wait to vote for him next week…all the CainBots are busy drinking their KooKaid….

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  2. Make no mistake again as in 2000 and 2004, is the time for a change not just for America but for those of us who believe that another world is possible.

    Yes, we can!
    Best regards

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  3. My wife and I watched this event on TV last night and felt even better for having voted for Senators Obama and Biden early….

    Vote early if you can, folks. I’m envisioning some real election day snafus at the polls come 11/4….

    Yes WE Can : )

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  4. I had respect for BB before the so-called infomercial. Obama went from potential leader to biggest float in the parade.

    Research yourself. The costs of buying network time like Obama did… 30:00 minutes on network and cable. PLUS the additional cost of “road blocking” in prime time. “Road Blocking” is an orchestrated simulcast across multiple channels at the same time. The only TRUTH IN ADVERTISING is the costs of dominating network and cable prime time.

    A modest estimate for the OBAMA INFOMERCIAL would be around $30 million.

    This is not a slam – it’s a fact of buying air time – so please don’t respond in anger.

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  5. Leslie, were you planning on voting for Obama before this, or did you just “respect” him? If it’s just the latter, this seems just a little politically motivated.

    Also, most industry analysts have pegged the cost of buying airtime, total, at $5 million or so. Production costs and road blocking would be negligible add-ons.

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  6. The money spent for this informercial was donated by the people, so I believe he gave us, Obama supporters, what we wanted. He took the time without interruption to explain his policies and show his compassion for “everyday” people. The “real” Joe the Plumbers and Susie homemakers.

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  7. [...] for tuning in to my infomercial last night. In case you missed it, it’s all over the internet. I will post a link a little [...]

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  8. Thanks for posting about my infomercial. I’m glad you all enjoyed it!

    http://www.myblogaspresident.com

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  9. I wonder has Obama heard of Primerica, under Citi, who do assist the financial independence for the 95% who make the middle class
    Check us out and find your solace http://www.primericabusinessopportunity.com/public

    Thank you.

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  10. I loved the infomerical. He has done what was needed to win over the undecided. Now they know how great this man really is!

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