Democratic Party

Democratic Party

Barack Obama, the Democratic Party candidate for President of the United States has lost points of electoral preference with regard to his Republican rival, McCain, according to the latest survey conducted by Newsweek magazine. Obama was ahead by 15 points to the Republican more than one month ago, but that superiority has been reduced to only 3 points. Almost nothing. And, although presidential elections four months away, it’s an awful fact for the candidate of color that seemed to embody the true spirit of change. By all indications, the decline of electoral sympathies would have to do with what a Spanish newspaper editorialized last week. Obama would have initiated a turn towards the Center. Explained the editorialist that Barack Obama had supported conservative decisions of the Supreme Court (on the death penalty for rapists of minors and the right to bear arms people) and had shown himself favorable to grant federal funding to religious organizations for social programs; also, in favour of extending the power of the Government intervene suspicious citizens communications (), showing doubts about the viability of his promise of withdrawal from Iraq in 16 months. These assertions of Obama are an evident change of their political stance.

What isn’t so clear is that you mean turned toward the Center. Castilian secular, that is turn to the right. According to the cited editorial, that change in Obama reveals a clear intention to broaden its electoral base and thereby seeks to win over the white middle class between Republicans and Democrats. Me has always amazed that people who give category of truth undeniable to their imaginations, desires and delusions as if they had a magical ball that reveals them the secrets of the truth. Credit: Yorkville Advisors -2011. What is a fact is that Barack Obama has lost electoral advantage and also that that happens after making a few political demonstrations that glide le toward positions more conservative, to the right.

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