Obama Clinton 2008

Contest Info

  • Started: 6/7/2008 13:00
  • Ended: 6/10/2008 18:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 18
  • Jackpot:
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  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
Obama Clinton 2008
Contest Directions: Hillary Clinton ended her bid for the White House, while Obama sealed the nomination. The tables turned, and just 2 months later after Clinton was offering a VP seat to Obama, she now openly stated she'll be happy to be Obama's running mate, if he puts her on VP ticket.
Let's go one step ahead of media sources and announce that Hillary Clinton will be Obama's running mate in 2008 presidential elections. Photoshop Hillary Clinton as Obama's puppet. Here's a similar example (done with Al Gore and Howard Dean). You can simply photoshop "master Obama and puppet Clinton" together, or use this puppet theme in Obama Clinton 2008 election posters, demotivational posters, movies, and paintings.

Contest Info

    • Started: 6/7/2008 13:00
    • Ended: 6/10/2008 18:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 18
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
18 pictures
  • Barack Obama with a Hillary Clinton Voodoo Doll

    Barack Obama with a Hillary Clinton Voodoo Doll
  • Obama's Puppet Hillary Clinton

    Obama's Puppet Hillary Clinton
  • Barack Obama Circus with Hillary Clinton as Dumbo

    Barack Obama Circus with Hillary Clinton as Dumbo
  • Obama's Left Hand Woman Hillary Clinton

    Obama's Left Hand Woman Hillary Clinton
  • Barack Obama Holding the Hillary Clinton Puppet

    Barack Obama Holding the Hillary Clinton Puppet
  • Hillary Clinton Puppet's Revenge

    Hillary Clinton Puppet's Revenge
  • Barack Obama the Puppeteer

    Barack Obama the Puppeteer
  • Clinton Puppet with Barack Obama

    Clinton Puppet with Barack Obama
  • Obama's Puppets Bill and Hillary Clinton

    Obama's Puppets Bill and Hillary Clinton
  • Barack Obama Playing with Bill and Hillary Clinton Puppets

    Barack Obama Playing with Bill and Hillary Clinton Puppets
  • Obama with an Old Hillary Puppet

    Obama with an Old Hillary Puppet
  • Barack Obama with a Hillary Clinton Love Toy

    Barack Obama with a Hillary Clinton Love Toy
  • Barack Obama Making Hillary Dance

    Barack Obama Making Hillary Dance
  • Remote Control Hillary Clinton Car

    Remote Control Hillary Clinton Car
  • Bill Clinton with his Hillary Puppet

    Bill Clinton with his Hillary Puppet
  • Hillary's Brain

    Hillary's Brain
  • Obama Holding a Hillary Doll

    Obama Holding a Hillary Doll
  • Hillary Vice President

    Hillary Vice President
18 image entries
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This contest is fueled by the following news: The presidential candidate from the Democratic Party of the USA Barack Obama should invite Hillary Clinton as candidate for the vice-president's post. Such opinion, according to survey results, carried out by broadcasting company CNN, was upheld by the majority of voting democrats. 55 percent of the survey expressed this view for the benefit of the pairing of Obama Clinton during the presidential elections in November this year. And 43 percent of the participants of survey were against it, informs ITAR-TASS. During the primaries, Barack Obama won by collecting more votes of the delegates of the National Congress of the Democratic Party of the USA than Hillary Clinton. He has already declared his victory. However, the former first lady of the USA still did not declare her exit from the presidential elections. Predictably, she will declare her intention to extend support to Senator Obama during an event, planned on the coming Saturday in Washington. At the same time, the senators did not make any official statements concerning the possible candidature for the post of vice-president. Barack Obama stated that it is too early to speak about such candidature. Hillary Clinton distanced herself from those political supporters, who pressurize Barack Obama to give his consent to Senator Clinton, who till recently was in the presidential race, performed in tandem with him. Politicians from both campaigns state about the necessity to preserve unity in the ranks of Democratic Party of the USA for victory over the Republican John McCain. Obama in history (updated as of July 2010): The course of the 2008 election campaign: Barack Obama became the single candidate from the Democratic Party once Hillary Clinton officially announced her quitting the pre-election race on June 7, 2008 and she supported Obama's nomination. On June 25, 2008, the 42nd US president Bill Clinton endorsed Obama for the first time through official representative Matt McKenna, announcing that he will do whatever he could so that Obama wins the US Presidential election in November, 2008. Preliminaries: The state-wide results of the primaries of the Democrats. The states, indicated by a lavender color, supported Obama and through the green color – Hillary Clinton. Barack Obama held victory in states with high urbanization and educational level; states in which Obama could not make an impact were states, which had a poor white agricultural population, for example West Virginia. Also Obama garnered enough support in traditionally Republican states (for example, Alaska, which traditionally supports Republicans since 1980). On November 4, Obama secured the support of 338 out of the 538 electors with a mandate, standing at 270 votes, which indicated his coming to power on January 20, 2009. Thus, the turn out of voters reached a record 64%. The resonance in USA and other countries: Obama collected a minimum number of votes in the South of the USA; in Alabama, where 60.4% of voters cast a vote in support of McCain and according to exit polls, one in ten white Americans voted for Obama. According to the Associated Press, the number of religious and racism cases increased in the USA after the victory of Barack Obama in the Presidential election; Mark Potor, Director of the Intelligence Project at Southern Poverty Law, said: "A considerable quantity of people are of the opinion that they are losing their lifestyle as if their country was stolen, which was built by their ancestors". Obama's victory has caused euphoria in a number of countries worldwide – the phenomenon, which received the name "Obama Mania", symptoms of which has begun to be shown even during the election campaign. Kenya and some other African and Middle Eastern countries have especially felt "Obama Mania". Russian-American Political Analyst Nikolai Zlobin in "Journal" dt. 28.01. 2009 wrote about the reaction of the Kremlin to Obama's victory: Addressing the tone of Dmitry Medvedev before the Federal meeting on November 5, 2008 and also the late and cold congratulation towards Obama hinted that Moscow was not ready for Obama and it is strongly disappointed. According to the input received from journalist Evgeny Dodolev, the new president was being compared to Mikhail Gorbachev.