Posts Tagged ‘barack obama’

Obama’s Plan For America: A Mindmap of His New Book

September 9, 2008

There has been criticism of Senator Barack Obama that he gives a good speech but doesn’t provide the details of what he will do if elected President.

With his new book, “Change We Can Believe In: Barack Obama’s Plan to Renew America’s Promise” he provides the detail.

I decided to create a mindmap so you can see at a glance what’s covered in the book.  In addition to providing the details of his Plan for America, he also includes 7 Key Speeches from the 2008 Campaign.

Click on mindmap to enlarge.

McCain-Obama Mindmap: Helping You Decide Who to Vote For

September 1, 2008

The Presidential Election in November will be one of the most important in America’s history.  Barack Obama was nominated as the Democratic Presidential Nominee last week and John McCain will be nominated as the Republican Presidential Nominee this week. 

With all the convention speeches, television ads, and political talk shows it’s easy to get caught up in the emotion of the campaigns.  

But given what is at stake for our country, it is important that we not pull the lever in November based solely on emotion.  It is important that we understand “what they will do” if elected.  That we understand their plans for America.

I’ve created a mindmap to help you decide which candidate to vote for.  All of the content and graphics for the mindmap come directly from their respective websites.  I have not added or deleted anything with respect to their policy positions.  It is taken verbatim from their websites.

This is a historic election for the 300 million citizens of the United States of America.  Whoever wins this election will shape our country and the world.  

Choose wisely.

To view the detailed policy positions for each candidate, click on the Notes icon next to each policy area. 

You will need to download the free MindManager Viewer 7 to make the Notes icons active.

Click here to download mindmap.

(click on image below to see the policies covered in the mindmap)