Obama Campaigns in Virginia

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama spent time campaigning in Virginia on Tuesday.

He held a "Change We Need" rally in Lebanon, Virginia, where he talked about the economy. He also criticized Republican presidential candidate John McCain.

"You can wrap an old fish in a piece of paper called change, it's still going to stink after eight years," says Obama. "We've had enough of the same old thing. It's time to bring about real change to Washington."

Earlier in the day, the Democratic nominee stopped unannounced to order a burger, sweet potato fries and a vanilla shake at the Pop Ellis Soda Shoppe & Grill in Abingdon.


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