I hope everyone knows that Barack's idea to have a government be larger part of your life is only to help. He wants to be there for people in crisis. And honestly, he DOES want to spread the wealth. He wants to take some money from people who can afford to give something and give it to people who have nothing.He's a regular Robin Hood, ain't he? Well, I'd rather the so-called "rich" people have a chance to employ more of the "people in crisis," and they'll still pay more than 50% of the tax burden for the rest of us.
But with a candidate making statements like "we're going to change the world," it's no wonder the 17 year old is excited.
The supremely confident demeanour and exalted rhetoric of the Democratic nominee at a New Hampshire event betrayed that he is a man convinced he is poised to make history.Change the country, that's for sure. And not for the better.
"I want you to believe," said the candidate, clad in an open-necked shirt and barn jacket. "Not so much believe just in me but believe in yourselves. Believe in the future. Believe in the future we can build together. I'm confident together we can't fail."
There was a carnival atmosphere among the crowd of some 4,000, who almost drowned Mr Obama out as he reached his crescendo and said: "I promise you. We won't just win New Hampshire. We will win this election and, you and I together, we're going to change the country and change the world."