Political Outsiders look on American-Trust Obama-We are neutral

Jamaica
October 13, 2008 8:04pm CST
As the time draws near to the American General elections we are are looking on with glee as we can see around the corner you are too far from it to see that with Obama the way is clear and he will serve with dignity and pride full speed ahead. Do not write off this man. What do you think?
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• United States
14 Oct 08
I also am voting for Obama. We need a Democrat, we need change. I am not prejudice like some of those people who can't look past his color or his name. That means nothing to me. I have heard both candidate speak, debate and be analized om cnn, and my educated vote is for Obama.
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• Jamaica
16 Oct 08
If I were there I would vote for Obama, I deal with people around the world and most of them suggest that most people they know are leaning towards Barack Obama. Until those prejudice Americans can learn to see pass the colour of peoples skin the ship of the country-American will continue to sink. To correct this they must face the fact and move forward.
@spalladino (17925)
• United States
14 Oct 08
From the looks of the polls, the majority of Americans aren't writing him off and I agree with you. I will be glad when this election is over though.
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@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
14 Oct 08
What do I think? I'm sorry if this offends anyone, but, the opinions of people living outside the U.S. have no influence on who I vote for. Zero. Zip. I don't tell them how to vote in their election because it's not my election and not my country. And the argument of "well, the U.S. effects the world greatly so we should have interest and give our opinions" is getting tired and really means nothing. If you want to have a say in our elections, then immigrate here, get citizenship and vote. If you want Obama as a leader, get him to move to your country and run for office there. I'm sure he'd be a great leader for Europe, his ideology is much closer to Europe than America's, you can have him....please...have him. Again, I mean no offense, but as much as we in America hear about how much we interfere in the world's business, I read in here and other places online an endless parade of people telling us who we should vote for, what laws we should pass and how we should run our country and I'm at wit's end with it. This year, I am voting for Chuck Baldwin, of the Constitution party. Why? not because I want to please the world, but because I believe he is the best choice for MY country, not for the world.
• Jamaica
16 Oct 08
Listen up Letme tell you something American is known as a world power. America interferes in every body's business. This discussion that we are having was long coming because you have watchdog groups who interferes with every country's politics it is funny that I have to point out that change for America is necesary because change has come. Have a good day or night.
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@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
17 Oct 08
I don't necessarily agree with our interfering in other nation's business, neither do a lot of Americans.
@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
17 Oct 08
"listen up"? "LISTEN UP"? Who the HELL do you think you are??????