…the world since announcing his candidacy for President of the United States in February 2007. Senator Obama is the best choice in the presidential race for the 2008 presidential campaign. Senator Obama was elected as the U.S. senator in 2005. “Although a newcomer to Washington, he recruited a team of established, high-level advisers devoted to broad themes that exceeded the usual requirements of an incoming first-term senator.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barack-Obama). During his early months as a senator, he made numerous trips to Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, on account of his participation as a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. In February 2007, Senator Obama announced his candidacy for the 2008 U.S Presidential Election while standing before the Old State Capitol Building in Springfield, Illinois.
Senator Barack Obama’s well-known campaign slogan “Change We Can Believe In” shows that he is ready to change the old ways of how people view politics in previous presidential campaigns. Based on the outcomes of the Kansas, North Dakota, and Minnesota primaries where he triumphed over Senator Clinton, he has already changed the visions of more common past Caucasian presidents. The issues that Senator Obama advocates are healthcare, education and the economy. Healthcare is the prevention, treatment, and management of an illness and the preservation of mental and physical well being. Senator Obama: “Proposes a national health insurance program for individuals who do not have employer-provided healthcare and who do not qualify for other existing federal programs. It would also allow individuals to choose between the new public insurance programs or from among private insurance plans that meet certain coverage standards. It does not mandate individual coverage for all Americans, but requires coverage for all children.”…