Obama and Bobby Kalotee: New Leaders for a New Era
Wednesday, February 13th, 2013 @ 8:02PM
First Barack Obama was elected the 44th President of the United States of America. Shortly thereafter, Indian American Bobby Kalotee, a first generation immigrant, was elected as Chairman of a national political party, the Reform Party of the U.S.A. These are the unimaginable wonders of the 21st century.
There is no doubt that Bobby Kalotee has realized his American Dream of becoming the first person born outside of the U.S.A. to head one of the six nationally recognized parties. Bobby Kalotee is a hardworking businessman whose story is one of rags to riches as he reaches the top. He is known for his skill in the political arena, for being a king maker, a down to earth politician, a friend to all who seek him, and a champion for community causes who plays a major role in U.S. politics. At one of the most difficult times in modern history, the U.S. has reached out not to agrizzled senator or governor, not to a general or a businessman — but to a new and dazzling political talent who was virtually unknown barely fifteen years ago. During his time of uncertainty in the United States due to the financial crisis, a ray of hope comes from the minority and the immigrants who achieve through their hard work and visionary spirit.
Bobby Kalotee offers a compelling vision for the direction of the party politics. It is for this reason he succeeds in the political process. In a number of forums, Bobby Kalotee has demonstrated a willingness to build consensus and engage intellectually with people who disagree with him. In his various talks and speeches, he is seen as a thoughtful and prudent leader who backs up his policy proposals with hard evidence. In brief, this is the first time that a first generation Indian American citizen has brought so many people into the political process.
Bobby Kalotee’s intelligence and vision for the country have inspired millions who are looking for expansion of this nation’s “common man”.