Obama slays the dragon

I am delighted that Barack Obama has finally slain the dragon that is Hilary Clinton. As much as I respect her husband and all the hard work which he did in relation to the Peace Process I can't abide her.

On Tuesday Obama finally gained the necessary votes needed to make him the Democratic nominee in November.

Obama announced his victory in St. Paul, Minnesota (home of the Republican congress this year) before a massive crowd and told them

"Tonight we mark the end of one historic journey with the beginning of another -- a journey that will bring a new and better day to America,"

"Tonight, I can stand before you and say that I will be the Democratic nominee for president of the United States."

There has been some talk already about Clinton becoming his future Vice-President and running mate, in an effort to heal deep wounds in the Democratic Party no doubt. I hope this is only idle speculation and that Obama chooses someone more suitable.

Obama moves on to Denver and November with his eye on the prize and on his opponent. John McCain is the most dangerous kind of Republican, he's a RINO! He should not be underestimated by anyone.

Obama and his people need to be very careful in how they handle him or else they could end up saying goodbye to the Whitehouse for another four years.

How cruel to slay the dragon during the primary and fall at the last hurdle to a war mongering RINO!

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