Saturday, January 05, 2008

Obama beats Clinton in Iowa


Obama’s victory in the Iowa caucuses sets a historic milestone in American history. This is the first time an African American has won a state primary. Barrack’s viability as a contender on the national stage has been validated; if he can win in a state made up of 98 % whites the race issue may not be a handicap especially in certain southern states that consist of large African American populations. If Obama can carry Illinois, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. New York and California are Democratic strong holds. Folk we may have the next President of the United States. On January 30th Checks & Balances will officially declare its endorsement, stay tuned.

1 comment:

oldgeezer said...

I have not given up on Hillary. I think she has what it takes to make a good president. It does not hurt that she has a rhodes scholar as her husband and partner. Really will be two for one this time.