Here are statements by a couple of his supporters:
"I'm very enthusiastic, the way he has embraced our rallying cry of 'si se puede,' " says Obama volunteer Francisco Sola, a computer programmer. "He called [it] a timeless creed."
But despite Obama's use of its well-known slogan, the United Farm Workers union has endorsed Clinton.
In case you're wondering why I consider it thought provoking, it's because of statements like this:
"Since being sworn in as Venezuela's president in 1999, Chavez has championed the cause of the poor, making them the protagonists of his policies. He calls his crusade the Bolivarian Revolution, after Simón Bolívar who helped liberate Venezuela from Spain in the 1800s. His supporters say he is the only one who has ever cared about them. Critics call his peasant-class evangelism posturing – a man with too much oil money using politics as a personal sandbox."
Leftwing activists flock to Venezuela to soak up the socialist 'revolution' csmonitor.com
It makes me wonder if we are going to have an Obamaian Revolution in this country, since his supporters seem to think that he is the only one who has ever cared for them, and the only one who can fulfill all of their dreams.
Hmm..maybe they should adopt a new theme song, like Candy Man, and use these lyrics:
Oh, who can take tomorrow
Can't you just hear it? Instead of "Yes We Can!" it will be "THE CANDY MAN CAN!"