Too many of our politicians and media personnel are too concerned with being politically correct and offending nobody.I'm not too scared of someone thinking I'm not politically correct and, although I'd prefer not to offend another, I'm more interested in getting out the truth.Barack Obama is an excellent candidate. He's very bright, well-spoken and will be an excellent president. Many congressmen and senators fit that picture. I've always wanted and always will want the best person to be in the White House, not merely someone who's bright and fully capable, but someone fantastic, amazingly brilliant and experienced.If Obama were Asian, Hispanic, Caucasian or American Indian, no one ever would have considered him. Geraldine Ferraro was lambasted for her comments, and Hillary Clinton had to refute them. Hillary's an excellent candidate. She's bright, well-spoken, experienced and with tremendous influential bonuses with her contacts, potentials for contacts and knowledge of what works and what doesn't. She's not just bright, she's absolutely brilliant (I don't know if she's anywhere near her husband's ranking, but I'm sure she's not far off).If Hillary were black (well, besides the fact that there would've been an interracial couple in the White House for eight years), she would've gotten all the votes she got on her platforms, plus 90 percent of the black vote.If Obama had been white, he would've won a few districts in Illinois.Face the facts. He's a great man. He'll make a great president. He's in the position he's in because he's black. Hillary's in the position she's in, in spite of being female.