Um... what's your source?
Sounds like a tropical destination.
IT'S ME!!!! I'M THE HOT TIPPER!!
I'M A WINNER!!!
no, NBC debunked. It's not a hoax, it's speculators trying to be ahead of the jump for Denver.
And its too ugly to be real
Terrible design! Can't be real. Everything from the lettering spacing to lack of Obama logog raise suspicions.
it is believed that he could help the Obama ticket by delivering a key battleground state
Arg. Says five thirty eight:
both major parties rarely have nominated VP candidates as a strategic electoral vote collector, and to the extent they have set about deliberately trying to add a state with a VP pick it has almost never worked
Oh man, I hope that's true.
The pronunciation of "Bayh" always trips me up. So for that reason, I'd rather it wasn't him.
Bayh? Two "foreign" sounding last names? Game over for the Democrats, sorry but game over.
From the AP story:
"Officials said the Obama campaign had taken the trouble to print material bearing the names of several potential ticketmates — thereby minimizing the significance of a report that a printing company in Kansas was churning out signs bearing Bayh's name."
Seems unlikely. All they have to do is print up a few to get on the news. Also, as others have mentioned, it's not even close to the current Obama designs. No "O" with graphical elements, wrong font (especially bad on the '08), wrong colors, missing the web site address, O in Obama should be larger than the other letters, etc.
To compare, here's one of the current Obama-only bumper stickers.
@5 & @6: Correct. It's not the font, logo, or design that the Obama campaign would use. This one of the red herrings we're all chasing.
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