As another election year approaches, we already have candidates on the campaign trail for 2008. With a few political polls under our belt, Hillary Clinton leads the Democrats with Barack Obama and John Edwards close behind. John McCain jumped out with a big lead and looks to be an early favorite for the Republican nomination for the presidential elections next year.
An Edwards and McCain match-up would be exciting. If Clinton or Obama were to win, the United States would be put in an interesting predicament. It would be more monumental than John F. Kennedy becoming our first Catholic president in 1961. Considering that blacks and women have been second-class citizens for most of our nation’s history
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