Is that REALLY the best you've got?!
Well, it looks like the long, drawn-out circus that is the Democratic primary season has finally come to a conclusion.
As an outsider looking in, I am really surprised that this is the best the party has to offer America.
Sure, the junior senator from Illinois has a gift for oratory. But, it takes more than fancy words and syncopated speaking style to actually govern a nation of 300 million people.
He's naive beyond words. How else can you explain his proposal to sit down with the "leader" of Iran, who denies one Holocaust and advocates another?
He's also a waffler, who abandons his "friends" and "principles" when they are no longer politically expedient.
I also find it more than a little ironic that this "young" man sets himself up as a champion of change, because he advocates so many policies that have been tried and failed in the past. Perhaps, he needs to do a little historical research before he makes any more proposals for change.
You cannot run for President of the United States if you are constantly looking in the rear-view mirror.
Where are the forward thinkers in this country?
They're certainly not voting in Democratic primaries . . .