The Associated Press has a legion of things to say about Obama. They say...
"The son of a black father from Kenya and a white mother from Kansas, Obama has blended political savvy and personal charm to take him from the streets of Harlem and Chicago to the floor of the U.S. Senate. Previously he spent seven years in the Illinois legislature."
"The junior senator from Illinois might take the country to a place it’s never been, past the baby boom, beyond race."
“Someone who could unite his party, unite black and white, who’d have the unwavering support of his own state. Do you know anyone like that?”
As an individual I am not torn. He's a black person. I am a black peron( I know that's hard to believe.), but I'll be damned if that's the only reason I give him my vote.I know where my vote will go and why, but as a black person, who is a part of a black society I am split between Clinton and Obama. I don't think that I am alone in this. Many blacks seem torn between the two. Obama would be the first black president, while the New York senator and former first lady, along with her husband, who is widely popular among blacks.
And as stupid as this sounds in my head, I have to say that I am really not even feeling Hilary Clinton. I think it's that she's married to the ex-president that makes her more appealing to me. Though Hilary is poised to to carry out the Clinton dynasty, I am sure all of you have numerous grips about the man who got his "cock sucked". I am sure you could go on for days and days, but you could possibly do that with any president for that matter.
I have but one question to ask you, "Where will you be in 2008?"