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The Democratic National Convention and the Billary Factor

Written By David D'Angelo on Wednesday, August 27, 2008 | 8/27/2008

The ongoing Democratic National Convention will perhaps be one of the most important factor to determine how well the Democrats will unite around their nominee Illinois Senator Barrack Obama. Hilary Clinton in her speech said, "Barack Obama is my candidate. And he must be our president." and on John McCain she said, "No way, no how, no McCain".

This is perhaps one of the most important speeches of the convention sealing the end of the rivalry between Obama and Clinton. It is her call for party unity that might just well heal the wounds. But as we all know there are two more factors that is coming into play and should complete the scene for the Democratic National Convention.

On the third day of the convention, former President Bill Clinton will be delivering his speech. Although the theme for the third day will be on National Security, insider says that Bill Clinton had been given a free rein on what do discuss. This speech of former President Bill Clinton who at many times assailed on Obama's capability to run the White House will bear great importance to Obama's campaign and the convention. It could be the final icing on the cake or it can be a wrong decision on Obama's part to allow him to speech.

However, if her wife did endorse Obama in a grand passion would Bill do the opposite? I do not think so. I think the most important factor now is to get the Democrats united because if not they might end up loosing this opportunity to regain the White House.

Now all eyes is on Bill Clinton...what would he say about Obama? Will Billary finally unite the democrats under their nominee Sen. Barrack Obama?

Then there is the third factor, the speech of Sen. Barrack Obama himself on Thursday. How would he seal the convention? How would he respond to the endorsements and speeches and how would he ensure American voters that he is the man that they need for a better America?

In the next few days we will find out.

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