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Old 02-17-2008, 12:59 PM
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Does Senator Barack Obama really means hope to young white college class whites and independents alike...

[Did you know most independents congregate around college campuses across the country hosting numerous forums thus they caught the Senator Barack Obama infection from being a campus wannabe...]

while uncertainty for the working class white who do not congregate at colleges but bars, backyards, and pool halls away from the halls of higher learning

Maybe the white working class should go to college and if Obama is elected to the presidential office of the US he may help white working class get more educated...


Why is there a disconnect between these classes of whites....

Maybe college education for working class whites can solve the racial divide and bring more understanding...

Just a thought and to have Senator Barack Obama at the crux of the matter, the mediator of such is monumental....

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