Repeating. "That's not who we are." That was the most memorable moment we came away with from Obama’s campaign fundraiser speech in downtown
He also said: “There’s nothing broken that can’t be fixed.” In his vision of
Obama stated that he recognizes how folks might have lost faith in the American political landscape—and what hope they have left for it. That in mind, I thought he made a good point on our ability to rebound from the horrible track we’re on right now. He figured that if we were able to overcome the shadow of the Cold War—where we all lived under the specter of nuclear annihilation—then we can roll up our sleeves and muster the teamwork to fix a broken health care system. We can end the war in
There were many other angles he covered, the most memorable involving his experience—some of which harkened back to his days where he was a community organizer on
On that, I think I can go to bed now. Actually it's late, and I've been on busses all day, at political rallies, playing photographer, and putting this all on paper (figuratively).
However... I’m pumped! I’m jazzed! I’m friggin' amped!!! I believe in this man and what he stands for. Hearing him speak, and feeding off his enthusiasm, is a hard thing to describe. I believe we’re in for the unfolding of special events over the next 597 days—as I look at my “Backwards Bush” countdown clock. Obama is the kind of person who shapes the crowd. He believes America can, and should, lead the world rather than follow it. I also believe Barack Obama has the makeup to unite