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La Prensa endorses Barack Obama for President

While his opponent has more legislative experience, Barack Hussein Obama has consistently shown that he has the superior judgment. Former Secretary of State and Retired General Colin L. Powell recently endorsed Obama as a candidate who was reaching out in a “more diverse and inclusive way across our society” and offering a “calm, patient, intellectual, steady approach” to the nation’s problems.

La Prensa endorses Obama for his sound judgment in decrying the unilateral, preemptive military attack upon Iraq. Obama predicted the outcome of this reckless venture, while his opponent voted for the invasion. The United States has disrupted the Middle East and is paying $400 million a day for a war that should have never been initiated by Bush/Cheney and their “experienced” staff.

La Prensa endorses Obama for his stance on NAFTA and its progeny. NAFTA has siphoned tens of thousands of jobs from the United States— particularly in the Midwest— to Asia. His opponent praises NAFTA.

La Prensa endorses Obama because of his willingness to hold diplomatic talks with Cuba, North Korea, and Iran with no preconditions, unlike his opponent, who is quick to use the military stick. The United States has boasted of almost 5 decades of embargo on Cuba and the Cuban people, while the United States has relations with the Communist dictatorships of Viet Nam and China. The majority of the world, including U.S. allies, trade with Cuba.

La Prensa urges its readers to vote for Barack Obama for President on Nov. 4, 2008.





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