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Obama Wins

Updated on May 28, 2009

Obama Runs a Good and Decent Campaign

As I wrote on my hub "Condi Any Day" I had hoped Ms. Rice would have run for Presidency at the elections later this year. That didn't happen as Sen. McCain seems to have quite a succesful campaign that will no doubt result in him being chosen as the Republican candidate. America lost a unique opportunity when Condi couldn't be convinced to run for President. A female President would have been a unique chance - even though I am not a Republican.

On the democratic scene, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were in a very close race. So close that Hillary fired her campaign manager a while back to get another. She no doubt KNOWS she will loose, but she's doing a good job at keeping her enthusiasm alive.

I am updating a blog on the subject at http://hillary-thirdterm-president.blogspot.com/ which deals with updated information in the race for the Presidency.

Update, May 2009: Senator Clinton became State Secretary under Barack Obama, a role she does handle rather well. The President can anticipate her running after his second term is won in 2012. So Clinton is no doubt running in 2016...

Obama takes people seriously. He offers change to all and is bringing decency back into American politics
Obama takes people seriously. He offers change to all and is bringing decency back into American politics

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      Henrik V Blunck 8 years ago from Kalundborg - Denmark

      Please notice that I was CORRECT in saying Obama would win.

      I did not go with the flow, but said things straight away. When I saw Obama I saw potential, and it must be said that he has come off to a good start. Nice to see.

      Carpe diem. Seize the day. :-)

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      Ralph Deeds 9 years ago from Birmingham, Michigan

      Barack Obama and Abraham Lincoln speeches on race

      http://www.nybooks.com/articles/21290