Winfrey may produce Obama primetime advertisement

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Oprah Winfrey has offered to produce the half-hour advertisement Barack Obama will air Oct. 29 on primetime television, according to reports.

"She's been begging Obama to let her help," a source told the Drudge Report in an exclusive story.

According to Drudge, the Obama campaign denies that Winfrey will be involved in the ad being produced.

The Drudge source says Winfrey has even offered studio space for Obama to use.

CBS, NBC and FOX will air the advertisement.

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I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Sarah

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So...how many houses does Oprah have?
"She may have homes in California, New Jersey, Colorado and Hawaii, but Chicago is synonymous with Oprah, her show and vice-versa."

Naughty, naughty to have so much when others have so little...right, Ms Winfrey?

I find it unbelievable how people are attacking Oprah for choosing Barrack Obama. Unless you are blind and mute. Obama was chosen as the Democrat nominee over the other candidates. He was chosen by the PEOPLE. The way he has overcame every obstacle to lead a presidential campaign that many thought he had no chance at a year ago speaks to his intelligence and planning. The way his campaign has energized the political structure is without comparison. Obama's campaign represented a movement by the people. Stop reading all the media and do some research before you formulate an opinion of Obama. Obama has served the government for almost 20 years (Councilman, State Senator and US Senator). His education credentials are without comparison to any of the other candidates. The President should be able to make an intelligent decision not just follow the lead of his party. Obama record shows that.

I am still baffled by O's endorsement of Obama. All of her years of claiming to support women and at the first real opportunity, she blows off Hilary in favor of an inexperienced, relatively unknown man. Apparently race trumps gender.

I applaud Oprah Winfrey for taking this step to support Barack Obama and doing so when it was politically risky (unlike Colin Powell who did so only after an Obama victory was all but assured).

I only wish Oprah would do more to endorse renewable energy. To find out more about green tech and where the best investments are to be made in the coming decade -- I suggest checking out:

www.greentechmedia.com

Alexis Morgan

Well, it's Red October all over again. The Neo Comm(unist) Party is taking over everything. While we speculate over whether the Queen of Puffiness should produce a propaganda piece for Hugo Chavez Jr the federal government (ie Neo Comm Party) is taking over bit by bit. Wise up people! If you think either candidate is different you are wrong. They just sit at opposite ends of the Party table.

I hope David Duke offers to help too.

I THINK ITS A GREAT IDEA IF THIS IS TRUE OBAMA SHOULD LET OPRAH ASSIST HIM

I say " Take Ophra's offer Obama". Why not? The other guy would take the offer if the shoe was on the other foot. How many times would any candidate have such a celebrity, woman of the world support them? I think it's great that Oprah has such passion for what she believes in.

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