The attacks on John McCain’s campaign against his rival Democrat Barack Obama

According to the latest Gallup poll, both candidates for the White House with 44 percent of popular support | Obama’s campaign branded his rival of “frivolous and desperate”

The attacks on John McCain’s campaign against his rival Democrat Barack Obama yield positive results seem to Republican senator, who is tied with Obama this weekend in thelatest Gallup poll.The Democrat senator, ahead of McCain by nine points last July 26 is tied this weekend in the latest Gallup poll, in which the two candidates aspiring to the White House have a44 percent popular support.The Republican aspirant to the White House began to attack his opponent Democrat late last month during Obama’s tour to the Middle East and Europe, which included two visits toIraq and Afghanistan.McCain, a former soldier who defended the invasion of Iraq, argued that the promise of African American senator to withdraw troops from the Arab country in 16 months amountedto have decided to lose a war to boost his career toward the presidency.Since then began a series of ads for television and the Internet, the first one, Celeb, which is presented to Obama as “the biggest celebrity world” comparable with ParisHilton and Britney Spears and which raise doubts on his leadership.That advertising spot was followed by another in which portrays the senator as a Democrat with political winds messianic que se cree “chosen” to the chairmanship.

Barack Obama is the new man

Obama attended local schools in Jakarta, until he turned ten years. From this moment, Obama returned to live in Honolulu with his maternal grandparents, and was enrolled in grade-school Punahau School in 1971 until his graduation from high school in 1979. [4]

Once completed high school, Obama moved to Los Angeles, and began his studies at the institute Western College for a period of two years. [5] was subsequently transferred to Columbia University in New York City, the career of Political Science, with a specialization in International Relations. [6] Obama graduated with undergraduate academic degree in Liberal Arts at Columbia in 1983 and then began working in the company Business International Corporation and New York Public Interest Research Group. [7] [8]

After working four years in New York, Obama moved to Chicago (hometown of his wife), where he was an active organizer of the community, in the south of the city, over a period of three years from June 1985 to May 1988.

It left Chicago for three years to study law at Harvard University. There, Obama was elected the first African American president of the prestigious Harvard Law Review and graduated with magna cum laude.

After studying at Harvard, returned to Chicago, where he began working in a Legal Adviser for Civil Rights and worked as a professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Chicago.