Political Tag Clouds

September 28, 2008

Barack Obama at First Presidential Debate (September 25, 2008)

Filed under: barack obama, campaign 2008, debates, democrats — Tags: , , — jbushnell @ 11:14 pm

Tag cloud of Senator Barack Obama’s frequently-used words in the first Presidential debate, September 25, 2008 :

Created using Wordle.net. Note that some corrections / clarifications were made. Some spaces were removed from phrases including United States, pork barrel, and Next President so the words would not be tagged separately. Instances of McCain and Senator McCain were combined as SenatorMcCain. Instances of Obama and Senator Obama were combined as SenatorObama. Iranian was combined with Iran, Russian was combined with Russia. Tax was combined with Taxes. Because the cloudmaker didn’t like $, it was replaced with USD. Etc, etc, etc.

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3 Comments »

  1. a brilliant post as well – he didn’t mention McCain as much as vice versa.

    http://culturedecoded.wordpress.com/2008/09/28/this-week-to-come-the-vice-presidential-debate-and-why-it-is-important/

    Comment by pacer521 — September 28, 2008 @ 11:45 pm

  2. […] For comparison’s sake, here’s the tag cloud of Barack Obama at the first Presidential debate. […]

    Pingback by Tag Cloud of Senator Barack Obama at Second Presidential Debate (October 7, 2008) « Political Tag Clouds — October 11, 2008 @ 11:28 am

  3. […] Compare, if you like, against the Obama’s tag cloud from the second debate, or from the first. […]

    Pingback by Senator Barack Obama at Third Presidential Debate (October 15, 2008) « Political Tag Clouds — October 19, 2008 @ 2:20 pm


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