Is Barack Obama Superman, can he really 'Change The World'?

He is supremely confident and full of rhetoric charm, but can the new Democratic nominee Barack Obama really 'Change the World'.

Can any man change the crazy new upside down world that will be left behind after the financial meltdown of the world's biggest banks, the crisis in our housing markets, the rising unemployment, the continued uncertainty of a global crisis. But in this Brave New World, which is crumbling away as we speak, we need visionaries, men with a drive and ambition, leaders who can inspire and lift the United States from the mire it has collapsed in. Yes, we need Barack Obama and his kind to help us out of this mess!!

He is also cautious, he knows polls can be misleading and he has his work cut out. He is a realist and see's that the race is not finished until you get to the finishing post, so he warns his over-enthusiastic supporters, "We are 19 days away from changing this country. Nineteen days away. But for those who are getting a little cocky, I've got two words for you: New Hampshire," said Mr Obama.

Yes, New Hampshire was an important lesson for Barack Obama, but a wise man, is one who learns from his failure and seeks out ways to avoid them again. We hope he's right, that his caution and judgement, will let him continue his rise up to the presidential seat.

"I want you to believe," says Barack Obama. "Not so much believe just in me but believe in yourselves. Believe in the future. Believe in the future we can build together. I'm confident together we can't fail." And this is the message the Americans need now. We need people to lift up our spirits, there's enough doom and gloom being reported every day in the press. Indeed the 'BUZZ' from all this negativity is downright soul-destroying, so well done Mr Obama, you're doing the right thing.

We need to believe in something, to believe in someone who is willing to lead us out of this mess and not just hide behind the corridors of the Whitehouse. We need a front man, a representative of the people we can believe in, someone to challenge us and lead us into the future.

"I promise you. We won't just win New Hampshire. We will win this election and, you and I together, we're going to change the country and change the world."

Yes, we need confident leaders, but we also need to look at who they are, where they come from and are we willing to trust them with probably the most responsible job in the World. Lot of the people will let you believe he's already won, but YOU need to decide, at the end of the day it's the people who elect the nominees that make the difference with their vote.

What do YOU think, is he Superman?

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