North Carolinians should consider following the leads of the over 40 delegates from the JOHN EDWARDS campaign who have endorsed Sen. Obama to help the poor, the working man with his tax cuts, the military by bringing them home from a war Barack Obama opposed, and for REAL gas cutting measures, like fining the oil barrens for undue profits.Mrs. Obama gave an excellent, hard-hitting speech at the quad. Too bad only Obama fans heard it as it gave a full picture of who her husband is, what guides his life and what his plans are for this country. What a tragedy that our mainstream media (TV, radio and newspaper) canít, at least a couple of times through this process, provide us with an opportunity to hear, see or read a straightforward, full length presentation of whatever the candidate/or the spouse want to tell us about themselves. Instead we get 30-second sound-bites(frequently attack ads) or poorly moderated debates that focus too heavily on trivia that has nothing to do with what either candidate could do to move us out of this quagmire! At this point in our history, we do not need a political strategist who is deeply in debt to large corporations, but a leader...one with vision the ability to unite us, and the courage to fight for the voiceless...our children and the poor of all races.
North Carolina, don't let the insiders in DC tell you what you should be voting for. You only owe allegiance to your truth. TIME FOR A BIG CHANGE IN A BIG WAY....The 20 years politicians showed us what they could do...get into an endless war, spend trillions of dollars that we need here in Indiana and N. Carolina, and let millions go without healthcare. Hillary Clinton couldn't pass healthcare when she was IN the White House because of her polarizing personality. It would be the same thing all over again.
Barack Obama is the UNITER that G. W. Bush never was and Hillary Clinton can never be.