Two polls released Sunday, aides to Mr. Obama said, explained his burst of confidence and unwillingness to engage Mrs. Clinton or John Edwards, the former North Carolina senator who vowed Sunday to remain in the race through the Democratic convention. A poll conducted by CNN/WMUR-TV here showed that Mr. Obama had a 10-point lead over Mrs. Clinton, while a USA/Today Gallup poll showed that his lead had grown to 13 percentage points.
GOI: The key appears to be the independents who are a big voting block in the live free or die state and we all know that you can not win the White House without independents and new voters which Obama is doing with awe. I am very proud of my fellow independents for believing and becoming apart of this powerful and thrilling movement.
He's a phenomenon in politics and carries himself as a rare commodity in American politics and that is a statesman. Such a candidate and potential president only comes around perhaps once in a generation. I don't want to miss that boat folks. Bill Clinton was the last great president and I love him but Hillary is no Bill and the Clinton phenomenon has become status quo anyway which happens to even the greatest of movements. The time has come to pass the torch to the next generation and watching the Clinton's trying to desperately to cling to power is just becoming sad, obstructive and selfish to me.
I am tired of cynical, pessimistic politics and I believe that there are new and better times ahead for America and Obama is just the kind of personality that we need to channel and direct that hope. There are those who are quick to pop that bubble of change before it even has a chance to develop. American politics has languished in the swamp of the status quo for decades now and the same old politics that the Clinton's represent just isn't getting us anywhere. We are just spinning our wheels right now and we need a big push to get us back on track and progress into a brave new world. Obama is that leader and I say let's give him a chance. He may crash and burn but let's embrace a new path and see where it leads us. If he isn't getting us anywhere then we vote him out in four years. That's the beauty of a democracy.
Join the movement, let's make history together. Often greatness can not be achieved without taking some chances. We can does this. Together with Obama as our leader we can revitalize American and move boldly with hope and confidence into the future.
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