His expertise, tolerance and guidance throughout my studies have been of fundamental value.
Fortunately this appears to be unlikely, according to InTrade which has the price of Obama at We support Obama as noted before, on the grounds that it will be a great relief to have a tall, agreeable, good looking, intelligent, personable, educated and poised president who can read, think and parse both sides of an issue with convincing grasp and explain his decisions without alienating those who disagree.
It is rare to hear a politician speak with such objectivity about whatever contrived thrust the opposing candidate has come up with, and sound so reasonable in dispensing with it.
On the international level, of course, there is a propaganda value of immense proportions in him taking the helm. Obama fever Maybe we have caught Obama fever too.
Certainly to us there is something more to this charismatic man than his easy handling of persona and politics in public.
Obama seems to be born to lead in difficult times, with his clear head and even handed manner. On the other hand one feels that Obama is not seeking to ride the ideals he professes to the White House to gain advantage for himself, but for their own sake and for the sake of all.
This is the effect of his cadences and his manner on us. Clinton claims, Obama is. Instead, their professed goals of public benefit and charity are down to earth and operate on a mundane level of realistic, almost cynical action, as if to get things done one needs to follow as much as lead, to compromise and adapt to the exigencies of practical politics, and work within the system, rather than to inspire and lead to somewhere new and better.
In other words, pure pragmatism with a whiff of self advancement in wielding power and influence, against the power of principle and a genuine desire to improve the world.
Is there anything wrong with that? Then of course there is the sleaze factor which seems to have emerged on the Clinton side in the last week or two with their preoccupation with making whatever trivial accusations they could scrape up in seeming desperation against the Obama tide.
So we are braced to be wrong about Obama pulling well ahead of Clinton in a decisive manner tonight, although he is now winning in Vermont, according to CNN. Meanwhile the citizens of Brattleboro, Vermont have voted to arrest Bush and Cheney….
Clinton finds her footing again, for now Will Democrats wreck themselves in domestic strife? Clinton has won Ohio, CNN estimates! How fast things change. So the attack ads, and economic worries, prevailed. So much for InTrade, which is reversing its odds — Obama is back down to Evidently InTrade is not the leading indicator in this race that we thought.
Is Clinton the new Nader? Apparently the blue collar groups in the countryside are for Clinton as saving them from NAFTA induced ruin, but the big cities are not counted yet, and there Obama is stronger.
With delegates not allocated by winner take all, we have to wait for the actual count tomorrow. But even with Ohio, Rhode Island and Texas Clinton is barely hanging on, and is still behind in delegates.
Her attack ads have turned the tide somewhat, though they make Obama seem to occupy the high ground. Obama is still in the lead, and may soon be more decisive in his campaign command after the NAFTA debacle last week.
Obama congratulates Hillary on her two wins, but emphasizes he is the candidate that aims to unite for change, and to replace the old policies that McCain endorses.
Can Obama make his own comeback? One thing seems clear. Otherwise his staying above the fray will not work, and the whole thing will degenerate into a very big mess of internecine strife.
McCain is right to chortle. Writing at 1 am March 5 Wed: CNN predicts Clinton wins Texas primary, but the caucusing delegates are still to come. Clinton suggesting a combined ticket!
But she chose to answer it head on. And while Clinton and Obama have both alluded to the possibility of joining forces in the past, this seems to be the first time that either has left the door so wide open. Clinton and Obama together would certainly rescue the situation as far as the Democratic party and its coffers are concerned.
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