O candidato comuna
For all the shortcomings of the campaign, both John McCain and Barack Obama offer hope of national redemption. Now America has to choose between them. The Economist does not have a vote, but if it did, it would cast it for Mr Obama. We do so wholeheartedly: the Democratic candidate has clearly shown that he offers the better chance of restoring America’s self-confidence. But we acknowledge it is a gamble. Given Mr Obama’s inexperience, the lack of clarity about some of his beliefs and the prospect of a stridently Democratic Congress, voting for him is a risk. Yet it is one America should take, given the steep road ahead.
“I’m voting for Barack Obama this November for a very simple reason. It is hard to imagine a more disastrous presidency than that of George W. Bush. … McCain’s appeal was always that he could think for himself, but as the campaign has progressed, he has seemed simply erratic and hotheaded. His choice of Sarah Palin as a running mate was highly irresponsible; we have suffered under the current president who entered office without much knowledge of the world and was easily captured by the wrong advisers. McCain’s lurching from Reaganite free- marketer to populist tribune makes one wonder whether he has any underlying principles at all,”
Com estes apoios, nao resta duvida. Barack Obama é o candidato da internacional, e da conspiração comunista para tomar a américa. Qualquer um preocupado com as tradições e com a propriedade privada – e temente a Deus – tem a obrigação de se esconder em um Bunker. Eu sugiro alguma cidade na periferia de Raleigh, onde tu possa se passar por filósofo ermitão e escrever em um forum de doidos irrelevante – mas pintar isso como a grande fonte de informação do universo.
Corre, Reinaldo, corre que tu consegue exílio antes de terça feira!