Obamania

October 26th, 2006

In his Milwaukee Journal Sentinel column about Barak Obama‘s skyrocketing popularity, cialis sales store Eugene Kane says:

The interesting part of his appeal is his relative inexperience on the national stage; Obama has been in the Senate only two years.

I’d go further and say that a big part of his appeal is his inexperience and previously low profile. He’s bascially a blank screen that people are projecting their hopes and dreams on.

The question is, cialis buy help can he remain blank – and thus unstained – until he actually runs for the presidency?

I have to admit, I saw him on Meet the Press, and I was underwhelmed…but I’m keeping an open mind.

Entry Filed under: Observations,Politics

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