Friday, October 17, 2008

Washington Post endorses Obama

'The choice is made easy in part by Mr. McCain's disappointing campaign'

The endorsement is not without a few concerns about Sen. Obama. The Post references the Democrat's "thin" resume. However, it spends more time assessing Obama's global view of domestic and international issues. To read the Washington Post editorial in its entirety, click here.


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4 comments:

Rose said...

Wow Deb
The Washington Post told it like it is. I read the article. I think McCain frightens people with his rash decision making, and his anger streak. He just isn't Presidential to me.

Deb S. said...

Rose: Sen. McCain does come off as a hot head. And yes, to some people, he is frightening. I think he's probably a very nice man, but I don't think even Sen. McCain is proud of his campaign.

Rose, you and I live in St. Louis, and we saw more than 100,000 people turn out for the Obama rally on Saturday. Some folks came from as far away as Canada. No matter who voters support, we are clearly seeing history in the making.

Since Missouri is considered a swing state, it comes to no surprise that McCain will visit the St. Louis area on Monday.

Stay tuned!

Anonymous said...

You are still the big dog in tall weeds! You go girlfriend, and keep stepping with the truth on your side.

Deb S. said...

Anon: Thank you...I think. :-)
You are always welcome in this neighborhood. I hope you don't mind the weeds!