QUOTE(shyna @ Jun 3 2008, 07:46 PM) [snapback]3734442[/snapback]
He won't have to...he is now the democratic candidate for presidency. I was hoping for Hillary, but I guess it is a man's world afterall. Was hoping for a change. Hillary will run beside Obama for Vice President....Its Obama all the way now. I hope he is the next President of the United States. America needs a face lift!
^I can't think of any other person in the Democratic party who deserves the spot for VP though, do you? Anyways, I just hope the Obama team doesn't become too prideful with their ego and not pic her out of fear of a Clinton-tagteam. That too me would be shameful.
I'm also highly suspicious about how eager the Republicans are with Obama running against McCain too. No matter, what, to me they see him as fresh meat and I'm nervous about November, because even though Obama has won the Nomination (thanks to Superdelgates supporting him now), people should remember he is not loved by everyone.
*The media's love-affair with him make it seem like ALL democrates/all Independants want Obama.
--However, the reality is; half of the Democratic party do not support him still!
*He's still serving his term in the Illinois Senate seat and the media portrays this as a very historic event too.
--However, no one was surprised that he won because he was running against another congressman who moved from Maryland to run in Illinois.
I can go on and on about how nervous I am about this.