The Democratic Nomination has come to an end, and the mouse wins over the cat. Barack Obama, the first black presidential candidate in U.S. history, won a huge victory over rival Hillary Clinton. Obama not only ended the said nomination, but he ended the decades-long racist stereotype the world thinks of Americans.
The image of America, from being a capitalist-run elitist state, would become a state of equality and good business. With a president being a descendant of the poorest continents of the world, Asia and Africa. But Obama faces another big challenge, another elitist molded from Bush himself, John McCain. A guy who vowed to continue the Iraq War until victory for the Americans was in place.
The outcome for the general elections can only be very good, or far worse than bad.