american election: obama nomination 2008

Flo - June 3 2008, 9:18 PM

Exactly 200 years after the United States of America stopped the slave trade, but not necessarily slavery itself, an African American is only 4 delegates away for the democratic presidential primaries.

Barrak Obama will clinched within the next few hours or days the democratic nomination for the presidential candidate of the United States of America.

Its an historic moment indeed.

However Senator Barrak Obama is not a descendant of slaves for his father was pure African and his mother of white European descent.

This will look good in the history books, and hopefully will change for the better a nation which has a history of institutionalized racism.

For the second time in the history of the United States,(civil rights being the first) its black citizens will be able to put JIM CROW to rest for good. Follow the events at CNN politics dot com.
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