Wednesday, October 29, 2008

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Secures Interview with Sen. Barack Obama

CNN Press Release - Wolf Blitzer will sit down with Sen. Barack Obama on Friday, Oct.31, just five days before the presidential election. The interview will air throughout the three hours of The Situation Room later that day. Blitzer will travel for the face-to-face interview with Obama and plans to anchor The Situation Room from the road.

Blitzer will focus in on the most important domestic and national security issues facing voters, especially issue No. 1: the ailing U.S. economy. Blitzer discussed similar issues with Sen. John McCain during a one-on-one interview last week. Viewers can submit questions for Obama online at www.iReport.com/Obama.

The Situation Room airs from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. (ET). Eric Sherling is the program’s executive producer.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Senator Obama,

I’m “Josephine the social worker” from Cleveland Ohio. Under the Bush administration, I have seen programs slashed for our disabled people due to major cut backs. This is how the Republicans have been paying for tax cuts for the rich as I see it.

I’m concerned about Senator McCain’s proposals for cutting programs and a “spending freeze across the board”. How are the average Walmart Sarahs going to pay for the programs they need to care for their Down’s Syndrome and disabled children under Senator McCain’s plan?

I don’t see big corporations creating jobs in my line of work. How about big corporations budgeting a few million a year for programs to help the disabled?

As a side note, I have more education than “Joe the plumber” and earn less than half of his salary.


Marilyn U.

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