Change You Can Ctrl+C

Without a doubt, this year’s Presidential primary race has been heated, but Barack Obama has come out on top as the presumptive nominee for the Democratic party. His message of hope and change has caught on and is sweeping the country. People want a part of Obama. People want to be a part of this movement. People like Daniel Blackman, who’s running for State Representative for House District 61 (which covers East Point and Southwest Atlanta).

Mr. Blackman friended me on Twitter a few days ago, so I figured I’d check him out to see what he was all about, since he does cover my district. From his bio:

Daniel Blackman is a 28-year-old husband, father, and friend to many who lives, works and worships in Fulton County. He and his wife Jeanelle live in Southwest Atlanta with their 3 year old son, Anias and their 10 month old son, Zion. His commitment to family and community has fueled his passion to serve as an environmental consultant and community organizer, while his wife Jeanelle is a graphic designer and database administrator who has a passion for mentoring young women. Additionally, the couple co-owns an Atlanta-based graphic design firm called Visual Marketing International.

Nice to know…but does it explain why his website is a poorly blatant rip of Sen. Obama’s?

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pW2CK_FyweA[/youtube]

Ah, so many different ways to go with this one….

This post was not paid for by Daniel Blackman for House District 61.

I’d be surprised if his website was though.

2 Comments so far

  1. localmenus on June 14th, 2008 @ 11:40 am

    wow. that’s really bad. things like that devalue the campaign that obama is trying to put together.


  2. Strike Two for Daniel Blackman? | Atlanta Metblogs (pingback) on July 6th, 2008 @ 10:05 pm

    […] a few weeks back, we were introduced to Daniel Blackman, who’s running for State Representative for House District 61 (which covers East Point and […]



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