Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Hope trumps experience

On 4th November Americans voted for Barack Obama to be the next president. He represented hope for a fresh, brighter future over the past experience offered by John McCain.

Elections are about deciding who people want to lead their country for the coming years, and not just a referendum on past performance. With Labour's record, and the Conservative agenda for a better Britain, these are two powerful reasons why Gordon Brown has the most to fear from the Illinois senator’s success.

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