Obama's whole campaign is focusing on how different he is from the politicians who've been in power in Washington. He presents himself as a fresh face to the Washington political arena, one who won't do business the same way it's been done in the past. It's a message millions of voters in the US want to hear. But is he really different from other politicians? He said initially that he would be running his campaign differently, focusing on issues not on personality and on personal attacks. I don't think he succeeded. He did participate in personal attacks against Hillary Clinton. (Yes, she attacked him also, but fighting a campaign differently was not part of her strategy.)
I'm not against Obama, I'm a supporter. But his claim to be different from all the rest ring hollow.
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