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Submitted by sTs (United Arab Emirates), Jun 5, 2008 at 11:27

In my opinion, I think McCain will win the presidency in 2009 because of the following reasons

1) Although the American public started to accept the idea of black African taking top posts, but it is still in its infancy. Voters will be inclined to vote for McCain

2) The middle name Hussein has harmed Obama substantially, even though his first name is Barak, a Jewish name, the media concentrated on his middle name a lot, the public are not inclined to accept any Islamic connection. So they will vote for McCain

3) Obama is young with little experience, McCain is more mature and have more political experience, the voters will vote for him.

4) Obama is not a wary person, he will not fit to the era of the great battle (Armageddon) in Palestine

5) Lastly to hasten the coming of the battle Armageddon, in Arabic (Marj bin Amer), that is prophecized by the Jews and Christians to be the great battle between Good and Evil, when Christ will join in this battle, that is similarly prophesized by the Muslims without mentioning the Name of the Battle , when the Muslims with Jesus Christ will fight the Jews and the Anti-Christ - So to hasten the coming of this battle there has to be a reckless leader who want to fuel the atmosphere to reach to that the war and continue were Bush could not complete, this is the characteristics of McCain, not Obama.

6) This Battle will occur around 2020 or 2024 (around 16 to 18 years from now), preparation should have started with George Bush the first and will reach climax in around 2020, so McCain and the next generation of leaders will continue to fuel for this Battle.

For these reasons I believe McCain will be the next president of USA. He will be favored by the Jews more than Obama. (Since it is them who normally decides who should be the leader), through their control of media and other means.


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