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Justin Garrow
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« on: October 20, 2008, 08:58:55 am »



Daily News endorses Obama for President: He has the promise to renew America at home and abroad
Updated Sunday, October 19th 2008, 2:22 AM



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 The need for a fresh start in America has grown markedly in the two years of this presidential campaign, and became imperative as the crippled financial system punishes workers, families and retirees in the country.

The U.S. is in want of leadership that repairs a damaged economy, restores faith in government as an engine for the common good and returns competence to the White House after the spectacular failures of the Bush administration.

Barack Obama holds the greater promise of accomplishing the mission than does John McCain. The Daily News endorses the 47-year-old Democrat, the first black American to win a major party nomination, for President.

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Even his detractors agree Obama is an extraordinary politician. His campaign elevated a freshman senator to preeminence with a message that he represents a chance to make fundamental change in Washington.

Gifted in oratory and gracefully bearing the mantle of history, Obama stood as the repudiation of the record of George W. Bush. No one capitalized on the blunders of the last eight years more skillfully than he did, while aligning a liberal Democratic agenda with the country's decided shift away from the status quo.

Obama has been called audacious, and he certainly is. But his confidence is supported by both a high intelligence and a clear-eyed pragmatism, qualities that enabled him to best more established competitors - now to stand within reach of breaking America's ultimate racial barrier.

A brilliant mind combined with practicality would well serve any President, and the reserves shown by Obama suggest he would bring nimbleness and judgment to the Oval Office. So does his crucial vow to reach across the aisle for solutions frozen in partisan gridlock.

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« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2008, 12:23:04 pm »

Figures the nanny-state wants a Democrat Socialist to take care of them.   Roll Eyes
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« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2008, 01:14:01 pm »

He ain't no Socialist. Besides, Bush has been nationalizing the banks, messing with the markets and is talking about a second stimulus package to pump up the economy.  If that ain't socialism, I don't know what is.

The problem with Republicans is that they only want the money to go to rich people, while the Dems send the money to everyone. 
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