The Barack dilemma

Williams, Armstrong
September 2008
New York Amsterdam News;9/18/2008, Vol. 99 Issue 39, p13
The author offers insights on the tight competition of the upcoming presidential election in the U.S. He particularly focuses on the prodigious mistake of Barrack Obama in selecting Joe Biden instead of Sarah Palin as his running mate, which he claims that could lead to John McCain's victory. Moreover, he points out that Obama had peaked to soon and because of that he finds himself compromising with the issues he stressed in the past.


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