More People Want to See a Movie With Barack Than John

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(Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images North America) According to a poll by Forty Three Kix, moviegoers would much prefer to catch a flick with Barack Obama rather than John McCain, by a margin of 87 percent to 13 percent. The mobile entertainment portal sent the poll out to 35,000 moviegoers from large cities to small towns, with every age group responding.But what would you go see? The hardest part of going to the movies with someone is picking what to watch. 'Bams has some solid, if a bit...Read Full Story

Barack Obama Is Your New Television

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(Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images Europe) With less than a week to go before the presidential election, Barack Obama will make his largest media push yet. Tonight, the candidate has bought 30-minute blocks of time to air tonight on Fox, NBC and CBS at 8 pm ET/7 pm CT, at the cost of about a million bucks a pop. What exactly is going to be shown? The New York Times got a first look, and if you're planning on tuning in, hope you can stomach some schmaltz: The trailer is heavy in strings...Read Full Story

McCain, Again With the Hand Gestures. What Gives?

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Presumptive Republican presidential nominee U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) gestures before speaking to the Veterans of Foreign Wars national convention as his wife Cindy McCain looks on August 18, 2008 in Orlando, Florida. U.S. Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) will speak to the same convention Tuesday. (Photo by Matt Stroshane/Getty Images North America) The McCain bees are buzzing. Someone must have disturbed the hive because he's rolling out a whole new image. This one is not the mummy image to...Read Full Story

Zimbio Releases Campaign Email Bumper Stickers

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Question: What are Email Bumper Stickers ?Answer: Email Bumper Stickers are thumbnail pictures of the presidential candidates fresh from the campaign trail. They appear in your signature like in the below screenshot. This election is the most significant of our lives. Don't sit on the sidelines. You can choose between "I Support Obama" and "I Support McCain". (Sorry, we don't have Nader bumper stickers.) And the sign-up process is simple. Check it out: www.emailbumperstickers.comRead Full Story

Pound or Confused Handshake? Which does your candidate favor?

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You can tell a lot about someone by the way they treat their spouse. More specifically: How they treat their spouse in public. And even more specifically: How they treat their spouse in public on stage before giving a speech. Okay? Check it out. Who do you want leading this country?Barack and Michelle opt for the hipster pound:John and Cindy go for the confused handshake:Read Full Story

McCain Ad Writer Steps Down

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Mark McKinnon, the advertising guru who arguable won George W. Bush two terms in the oval office and was the spin-doctor who saved McCain’s hopes for the Republican nomination, is keeping his word and stepping down as Sen. McCain’s chief ad writer. It was about a year ago, as the Democratic bid for the white house first showed signs of the bloodbath to come, that McKinnon announced he would leave McCain if Sen. Obama won the party’s nomination. The best part is the reason why. McKinnon told...Read Full Story

Clinton vs. Obama: Who has a Better Letterman Top 10 Delivery

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It's important, for many, (okay maybe just me) that our next president actually has a sense of humor beyond that of a knock knock joke. When people are looking for partners, more than 80% said that sense of humor is the number one character trait. So it stands to reason that at least half that percentage could be applied to the presidency. Both candidates went on Letterman to read their own Top 10 Campaign Promises. So you decide, who has the funnier delivery: Obama or Clinton. Obama's Top...Read Full Story

When Will Hillary Quit?

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After narrowly winning Indiana and being demolished in North Carolina, the question on everyone's mind is, "When will Hillary give up?"Clinton has already had to dip into her own pockets to continue to fund her campaign. She's loaned herself nearly $6.4 million in her effort to keep up with Barack Obama. But maybe she should just call it quits.After the two primaries yesterday, Clinton lost the support of former presidential candidate, and long time friend George McGovern. The 1972 democratic...Read Full Story

Clinton bitch-snubbed by Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey

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With the Pennsylvania Primary right around the corner (April 22nd to be exact), political pundits have started to shift their attention to Penn. Senator Bob Casey, who, in the past has stated he would remain neutral in the Democratic race for the party’s nomination in an effort to spackle the holes shot by dueling Senators Barak Obama and Hillary Clinton. Not so much anymore. “I believe in my heart that there is one person who’s uniquely qualified to lead us in that new direction and that is...Read Full Story

Mike Huckabee pulls ahead in Florida polls

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Mike Huckabee continues to surge in Florida, according to a new poll conducted by Strategic Vision. With a margin of error of +/- 5.5%, Rudy Giuliani and Mike Huckabee are in close competition for first place with 25% and 21%, respectively. John McCain comes in third with 15%, leaving Mitt Romney in fourth with 13%. Fred Thompson has 10%, Ron Paul has 4%, and Tom Tancredo has 2%.  These results show a different story from the last Strategic Vision poll conducted in this state, Nov. 7 to 9...Read Full Story