John Hawkins has written a list of the "Top Nine "Changes" Barack Obama Would Make as President", and because they are grounded in Barack's strikingly consistent but brief stint in the Senate, the predicted "changes" have a phenomenally strong likelihood of coming to fruition.
As Hawkins cites in his article, "All change is not growth; as all movement is not forward." -- Ellen Glasgow
Here is an excellent excerpt before you read the rest of the article-
If you boil Obama's appeal down to its essential core, most of his supporters seem to like him because he's a relatively young, charismatic, black man who talks a lot about "change," "unity," and the "audacity of hope."
But, what does that tell you about how Obama would behave if he gets into office? Very, very little. After all, pretty much anybody, from Napoleon, to Fidel Castro, to Mickey Mouse could run on a platform of "hope," "change," and "unity" because it's so broad and meaningless.