introduction of the audacity of hope

January 18, 2007 10:06pm CST
with a vision and a diction that struck a chord in the hearts of mainstream Democrats at the 2004 convention,senator barack obama offers a platform that reconnects with traditional American values while offering a path to the future.Obama begins with a plea for an end to the toxic partisanship which characterizes business-as-usual in Washington, D.C.he appeals across party lines as he adresses issues of concern to all Americans:economic, health,racial harmony;security of homeland.Obama advocates nationwide consensus that reaffirms the constitution and a new politics based on those ideals--one that can get things done.
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@irisheyes (4373)
• United States
19 Jan 07
I like Barack Obama and I'm glad he's in the Democratic party because I'm a Democrat BUT I think that 2008 is Hilary's turn and I will not support Barack Obama over Hilary Rodham Clinton.
• China
19 Jan 07
Thank you!I believe Hilary Rodham Cilinton over Barack Obama.