huge spectacle about this, and if you got all your information from cable news, you'd think it was the most important thing going on in the world. The fact is, if a presidential candidate needs Oprah in order to convince people to vote for them, that shows that they cannot get elected based upon their own merits alone. What's funny is that I don't see Oprah even doing much to sway voters one way or the other, and even has the potential to turn people off.
Obama running on his own merits: not electable.
Obama running on his own merits and the help of Oprah: still not electable.
Obama is simply not presidential material; he could have all the endorsements in the world, but it would not change the fact that he is simply unqualified. What makes me mad though is that this is a huge distraction for the people. It gets the American people thinking maybe there is a better alternative to Hillary. They get lured in, they waste their time going to a stadium to hear him speak. And then they come home confused, demoralized, and betrayed. The candidate with the most experience, integrity, and real ideas for America's future is Hillary Clinton. No endorsements or lack thereof will have any effect on this fact. If anything good can come out of this, it will be that after hearing this catastrophe of a speech by Obama and Oprah, the people will realized that they have been conned into believing that Obama offered any real solutions. When reality sets in, the only answer will be to vote for Hillary.