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    Shall note I am "launching" (like a rocket, you hope it doesn't explode) today my new blog Obamaism.org, which is about what the blog title denotes (plus anything else I feel like opining).
    I have various people lined up as guest commenters/interviewees at Obamaism.org already, including

    --a brainy AND artistic Southwestern state legislator;

    --a professor of sociology and African-American studies at a well-known East Coast school;

    --a proprietor of a supremely snarkily-named blog;

    --etc. (I guess everyone is interested in Barack Obama)

    Enjoy!


    You'll see some humorous content in my first post at "O.o", including some parody of Peanuts (not Jimmy Carter) vis-a-vis politics. But there will be more serious comment later, so feel free to check back frequently. Until your refresh button wears out.
    Guest posters welcome; that means you.

    Here's the link again: http://obamaism.org.

    (much more below)

    And let me know if you want to be added to the blogroll. (Many of you are on it already) Mail me at dbo@obamaism.org.

    If for nothing else, check out the blog to see what the rest of the cartoon excerpted below looks like, and to see whom this fine young public figure lady is threatening with her crushing fist:

    See you there! May your understanding of Obama Thought increase daily!! Our Republic may depend on it...

    P.S. The next post at "O.o" will showcase one of your favorite Netroots candidates. Check tomorrow and see whom!!

Originally posted to David Boyle on Fri Aug 01, 2008 at 03:16 PM PDT.

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