By becoming the first black presidential candidate in the U.S., Obama is still a political figure who inspires devotion in his supporters, who see it as a transformative leader, while it remains inscrutable to critics. He has the gift of making people see reflected in him and offers an enigmatic smile when asked about his multiracial appeal. "I am like a Rorschach test," he said in an interview with The New York Times. "Though people find it a disappointment, last, you can get something out of me." It is a regular supporter of liberal Wall Street and prohibit the auction of homes for unpaid mortgages, which is in favor of negotiating with foreign enemies and to disengage from the Iraq war. He speaks eloquently about racial and class divisions in U.S. and says the old rhetoric of racial grievance has exhausted. More information is housed here: Bill de Blasio.
But his insistence that he can bridge the ideological divides of the country without resorting to partisan fight leaves some with the haunting feeling that makes everything sound too easy and not yet know his true stature as a politician. Encountered and had attitudes more than once clumsy. Senator Hillary Clinton confounded him, causing them to have to contain his irritation too visible. Falls in love with his own words and perhaps his celebrity. Said to be a deliberative type in a manic game. When your pastor, now retired, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr., made political views and racial arsonists, Obama took to notice how quickly Wright's words fueled doubts of voting for himself was raised literally and metaphorically abroad, in Indonesia by his white mother and white grandparents in Hawaii.