He’ll make a difference

Barack Obama will become the next President of the United States of America. If he doesn’t, there is something terribly wrong with the electoral system in the US. From what I can see, there’s no reason for him not to be voted in. John McCain doesn’t know what he’s doing. Sarah Palin doesn’t seem like she knows what she’s doing either. Clearly, Obama is the right choice for change.

The media is covering Obama like he’s the only man on earth. He’s on every television station, in every blog entry and his name has become a household name. There’s probably no one on this continent that doesn’t know who Barack Obama is.

I haven’t been following the US election too closely but I hear that he’s making a difference. He’s the type of guy who grew up the way most of us grew up so he understands things from our point of views. He wasn’t rich and didn’t have thing paid for. He had to work to get to where he is now. He knows what it’s like to grow up with a single mom. He understands that middle class families needs financial assistance in order to make ends meet. He’s opening up doors and listening to the people.

I’ve never even heard of Obama before this Presidential election. Obama came out of nowhere and is making a name for himself. He’s reaching out to people and getting in touch with them in a personal level. You can’t make promises to people without know who they are and what their needs are. I’m sure that the middle class people make up the majority of the people in the US so during this economical crisis, they are the ones who needs help. Not the oil companies, not the pharmaceutical companies and not the companies who are making millions.

The ones who needs help to make it through these hard times are the ones who are working and making next to nothing. Corporations are already making a profit so they can manage on their own. That whole bailout plan seemed like a load of crock to me. Those companies are supposed to be experts in their fields so there’s no reason for them not to foresee a down fall. I don’t quite understand why tax payers have to help out corporations who aren’t even willing to help the tax payers when they need help. Tax payers are helping to bail out companies who they are in debt to. Meanwhile, these companies are charging the tax payers high interest rates with no end in sight.

America cannot afford to make the same mistake that they made last year by re-electing Bush. America needs “change” and Obama is the right man for the job. I don’t care what any Republican say about him, he’s out there to make a difference. Everything that the US government has been doing for the last eight years is clearly not working. Obama is ready to step up to do something about it. It doesn’t matter if they think he’s too inexperience to be president. He has enough experience to know what the people want. What kind of experience do you need? If Bush could be elected into office, I’m sure that Obama can manage the job and possibly do better. The people don’t need another Bush. The people need a leader and one who hasn’t been tainted by political corruption. I believe that when he’s elected, the government will once again be “of the people, by the people, for the people.”

One reply on “He’ll make a difference”

  1. I am for Barack. If i were an american, i would vote for him too. His policy is clear and he knows what the world especially what the US needs…

    Go go.. Barack!!! you’re my hero…

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