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NY Post endorses Obama

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Ha! Take that Hillary.

The NY Post endorses Obama for president.


"We urge them to choose Obama - an untried candidate, to be sure, but preferable to the junior senator from New York.

Obama represents a fresh start."

I like that.  "A fresh start".  That's what Obama represents.  Bill is not running for president...even though with his behavior of late it may seem like he is....Hillary is. I would love to see a woman elected president...but if I had my choice, not her.  I think she's an opportunist...the war was cool when everybody else was for it...now it's not cool...well that's is everyone else is clapping for it.  Sigh.

We need leadership.  Someone who will stand (or not stand - hint hint Hillary ) for what he believes in.

 

 

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