Senator Barack Obama represents fundamental change in a campaign in which "change" has become a central theme. Obama’s approach to immigration and his inspiring vision are what the country need to break through the current feeling of political malaise.[Link]The paper list many of Senator Clinton's accomplishments but come to the following conclusion:
On closing out the editorial, the paper reminds us of the historical choices Democrats have this election and why Obama should be that choice:
Yet, this is a historic moment and tremendous skills and experience are not enough to inspire a feeling of renewal in our country after eight long years of George W. Bush.
As well, we were disappointed with her calculated opposition to driver’s licenses for the undocumented, which contrasts markedly from the forceful argument in support made by Obama. We understand that this is an extremely controversial issue but we believe there is only one right position and it is that of the senator from Illinois. And, while both senators support comprehensive immigration reform, only Obama has committed to bringing forward new legislation during his first year in office.[Link]
By deciding between a woman or an African American as their presidencial nominee, the Democrats are making history. Barack Obama has the sensibilities of a man from humble beginnings raised in a multicultural home. He is the best option for a truly visionary change.[Link]
Cross posted at Calitics
That is a tremendous endorsement. I hope that Latinos in LA take heed and do what is best for them. La Opinion is right in pointing out HRC's position on driver licenses. I hope this clinton love thing doesnt mask the facts.
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