We Could Be Now...

By Samurai_tbag
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You don't have to be interested in politics to be interested in the outcome of possibly one of the most important elections in American history, the 2008 US elections. I'm sure a lot of you have already heard or read of Barrack Obama's nomination victory. Meaning, he will go head-to-head with John McCain for the White House.

A lot of you may remember my previous topic on Obama back in January during the early stages of the Primary Democratic elections. Over the past 16 months, the Democratic party has been split in half, half being in favour of Hilary Clinton as the first female president, and the other half in favour of Barrack Obama as the first African-American president.

Since the Primaries began, the favourite to win has swung from candidate to candidate repeatidly, at some points so drastically that it was a miracle for the candidate to comeback.

It's been along 6 months in politics since my last post and there are huge factors which will affect how the rest of the ellection will play out. However, one thing is certain, we will see Barrack Obama with a very likely chance of walking through the White House doors on January 20th 2009.

2 comments so far.

  1. Anonymous June 9, 2008 at 7:03 PM
    He's only half African American as his mother is white & father is from Kenya
  2. Samurai_tbag June 10, 2008 at 12:13 PM
    Well done.

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