Obama is More Popular in Indonesia
April 22, 2008 4:48am CST
Barack Obama is more popular in Indonesia. Most Indonesian schoolars give him full support to win in the incoming election. Local newspapers also make positive reports about Obama. They say Obama position get stronger. Some say Barack Obama has a very good ESQ, which make him different with other candidates.Why Obama is so popular in Indonesia? There are many reasons, but one of the most important is Obama has ever studied in Indonesian university. So during his study, Obama get many friends. They knew Obama very well, and they are also sure that Obama will make thing different when he is entering White House. In some extent, Obama is seen as a young leader who gives inspiration for Indonesia to elect their young leaders too. During local election held recently, people tend to vote for young candidate. Further more, USA under Obama government is expected to introduce bilateral relationship with Indonesia based on mutual-respect, and mutual-understanding.
23 Apr 08
Deal, then. Obama has caused uproar among white-supremacy supporters who have been beating alarm-bell around country.No idea at all how americans get so scared as if they are seeing ghost everywhere they go. If so, why dont u hide, so the ghost will get lose. Deal? Good, then.
23 Apr 08
Hillary is a good choice, irisheyes, but I am affraid she is shaddowed by Bill Clinton. Whereever she goes, people see Bill Clinton'toes behind her. Her bid to invite Obama into her camp strongsly show her weakness, and uncertainty. You need a strong leader, a leader with vision who is sure to where he will lead the country ahead.
22 Apr 08
hm, like or not, i also see this phenomenal in indonesia. it seems that many people in indonesia support Obama becomes the next american president and perhaps many people wanna see changing in US politics which mostly dominated by replubican party, am i right?
23 Apr 08
Great, fren, I am so excited to read ur comment on Obama. You see, fren, how most white americans get annoyed to find out Obama is crusading a new wave of political awareness. We do hope America -- the citadel of democracy -- has no objection to say bye for white-supremacy politics and say hello for a new pattern of administration campaigned by Obama.