The Republican presidential candidate did everybody a favor by chosing Sarah Palin as his running mate; a generous move which will pay back just in time. The Democrat for his part left Hillary Clinton and her crowds out, not even commenting on his fatal decision. Is it really a wonder that a person like Lynn Forester de Rothschild turns to John McCain, calling Barack Obama an elitist whom she does not like?
Clinton Hillraisers: »Frankly, we don't like Obama!«
Let me prepare you for the following: More people like Lynn Forester de Rothschild will endorse John McCain for President in the next days and weeks - because a clear difference in characters between the presidential candidates is getting too obvious...
John McCain truely seems to be in politics and campaign for the reason to serve, help and protect, and no American is going to hate him for that. In the same time his younger rival loses more and more contact with reality and people, that's the overall impression. Obama loves to think that he is the great new leader the world has been waiting for. And he has proven enough arrogance to throw a Hillary Clinton overboard without listening to the huge crowd of her supporters.
The fact that Obama is also not ready to admit mistakes (like his bad judgement on the Iraq surge, e.g.) doesn't make him a person of political trust and change, but a less likeable guy, as he continues to present himself as a man of no good principles. You see, the more people told him that he is the coming messiah of politics the more he tries to present himself like one. The more people told him that he is handsome the more he tries to look like it...
To me it seems like this guy is going further down with every clap on his shoulder, isn't he?! And yes, at the end of each day he looks more like a vain elitist and career driven media clown in fancy suits, but not as the worrying politician who is going to change the world for the better while protecting the middle class, fighting corruption and so on.
Going with Nostradamus: Despite all current polls and odds, which seem to fancy Barack Obama as the next president, on the long way to 4th of November 2008 his tank will be empty soon and his bad political calculations will lose fans where no taxes can be risen in the next future due to the current financial fallout, thanks to Wall Street.
At the very end we will see between romantics and pseudo-romantics a low turnout of Obama voters and the American President 2008 will be John McCain.