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Stop Obama Tour Reaches New Mexico

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As part of a national, cross-country "Stop Obama Tour," the "Our Country Deserves Better Committee" held a rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Committee supports the McCain/Palin campaign.

Lloyd Marcus penned a song, "Sarah Smile," in honor of Gov. Sarah Palin, and after singing it, began to sing "God Bless America." A member of the crowd joined with him and Marcus said "The experienced moved me to tears, and I hope it brings inspiration to you as well."

"As a black conservative, I am honored to be a part of this national effort to engage the American people in fighting for the future for this nation. Please, come out and join me and my colleagues at the Our Country Deserves Better Committee at our rallies supporting the 'Stop Obama Tour'."

Running from West to East, the tour itinerary contains full details of the cities on the tour, including rally locations.

The "Our Country Deserves Better Committee" is running a national TV ad campaign to defeat Obama in key swing states. The TV ads target Obama's values, liberal policies and patriotism.

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