Obama Is Not the Candidate of Change
For the young, optimistic Democratic voter, Barack Obama seems like a breath of fresh air when compared to the stale, establishment candidate, Hillary Clinton. But James Ostrowski
has Obama pegged: "I previously described Barack Obama as a Great Society liberal. Today, he was endorsed by the relic of that sad era, Ted Kennedy. Anyone catch the irony of Mr. Change being endorsed by the Kennedy clan, which has held power since the 1930's? Ted himself has been in the Senate since 1963."
Obama is every bit a part of what's wrong with this country as Clinton, Edwards, McCain, Romney, Huckabee, and Giuliani. There is, however, a real alternative
to the establishment...
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