That's a lot of faith to put in someone who is not really much different from his two other opponents in terms of policy.
What???? There are major differences, Alex.Do your homework and stop listening to the MSM.
@cj: Only an extremely superficial look at all three candidates would conclude that there is a perceivable difference. Obama, Clinton, and McCain come from the same fundamental philosophy - a believe that the state has not only the responsibility but the authority to extend its influence far beyond the original intent of the framers. All three support varying levels of increased corporatism in health care, foreign policy, and the economy. They are all staunch globalists that, as Clinton's recent comments proved, have only very minor differences in the role of the United States in international affairs. None of the three have spoken about any reforms to our monetary policy. None of the three have shown much dedication to constitution limitations on federal power.
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