Thursday, August 28, 2008

Is there really any question?



I have to say, I was getting a little choked up watching Biden speak at the DNC with Obama joining him at the end, as well as the Clinton's give their speeches, post-facto, on a little video screen thanks to www.realclearpolitics.com. I am usually way turned off by the sappiness of it all, but I have to say, they look and sound really good. It's frankly incomprehensible that anyone who lived anywhere in the world over the last 8 years would want more of the same government from the United States. Debt, a weak dollar, war, increased prices in fuel and food, and on and on.... The integrity of America and Americans has been so weakend inside and outside the country, and we are finally, after the longest eight years in history it feels like, sitting on the verge of potential change and development and, As Bill said in his speech, "The choice is clear," So go Obama! Please.

3 comments:

Mike Shuttleworth said...

If media coverage equated to votes, McCain could go home now. He would be flogged by Obama. But for reasons that are not at all clear, I hear the race is neck and neck. Pour quoi?

Australia also had a national leader who became a deeply shameful figure. He not only lost the election but also his own seat in parliament.

Seems people can figure it out -- eventually.

Jarden said...

>>Debt, a weak dollar, war, increased prices in fuel and food, and on and on....

Mr. Obama seems to be intensifying all of the above.

pilar chapin said...

Obama is intensifying nothing but rather he is trying to stabilze the utter disaster he was left.