Monday, February 04, 2008

Re: Goodbye to All That: Why Obama Matters

Re: Goodbye to All That: Why Obama Matters

Andrew Sullivan's analysis of the personality and presidential candidacy of Senator Barack Hussein Obama in "Goodbye to All That: Why Obama Matters" needs to be revised in view of the latest developments in the presidential campaign of Barack Obama and the issues raised in Hilary Rosen's "I Am Not for Hillary Because She is a Woman - it's Because I Am" posted on the Huffington Post.

The political metamorphosis of Barack Obama has been defined by the foreign policy crisis of America. But should the opposition to the war in Iraq be the only justification for Barack Obama's presidential ambition?

Is the war in Iraq the only reason to accept or reject a presidential candidate or the proven ability for the global leadership of the United States of America in the 21st century?

The romantic argument for the election of Barack Obama is idealistic, but not realistic. The case for Barack Obama has no sustainable locus standi, besides his opposition to the war in Iraq and his political idealism.

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