Obama's almost there

The press are finally calling the Democratic nomination for Barack Obama, and those of us who want to see the Republicans shown the door can breathe a sigh of relief that the Democrats can stop fighting each other and get on with showing the Republican Party up as a bunch of neo-con warmongers who have damaged the interests of freedom and tolerance as well as the reputation of the United States and her allies.


Letters From A Tory said...

Obama has got a tough job ahead of him now, but his communication skills are second to none and McCain is a disaster waiting to happen. Go Obama!

Paul Pinfield said...

Nich, this will be a fascinating one to watch. There is no doubt that Obama has a remarkable communicator... very much like Bill Clinton. That, combined with the contrast in ages should give him a great chance.

There are so many possibilities and pitfalls ahead. Personally, I would lay odds that Billary ends up in the VP slot...

One to watch!

transformers said...

I think whatever and whoever es best for the country, one way to find out is when he or her become the president. Let's see if they keep their promises.

Bill Quango MP said...

I should favour McCain. He has to be better than Bush.

Obama is just another Blair..
Yet Blair really did ignite the country, bring hope to people that there was a third way..

It was all bollocks of course, but at least people believed, for around 4 years anyway.

Go Obama,and best of luck to you. But learn the Blair lesson well. Don't have a bitter, twisted, grumpy rival, who will always believe they are better than you, as your No 2.
Oh, and don't invade anywhere.