Real Change Means McCain
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
Whoever Americans choose, whether Obama or McCain, both moderates, rest assured World Dictators and Despots will test the new US President "Hot Button".
These Despots I am sure will prefer to test a "Young Pup" like Obama to see how far they can get.
But testing an "Old Junkyard Dog" like McCain will certainly be a test Dictator's may think twice about entering.
Since the start of the U.S. primaries, seemingly eons ago, Barack Obama has consistently stressed the need for "change," and his hopes of unifying the country.
Emphasizing "change" was important to Obama because it was all he had in the early days. It caught on and resonated among Americans who've had a bellyful of Clintons and Bushes in the White House for 20 years. They want someone different.
Obama is certainly "different" -- except for his ideas, policies and issues which are virtually indistinguishable from those held by Hillary Clinton and the conventional left wing of the party.
As the 2008 primaries now limp towards their last gasp, the success Obama has enjoyed among the media and with public has resulted in crippling hopes of unifying his party, never mind his country.