Wednesday, October 29, 2008


Overall, I thought it was well done.  Structuring it around five middle class families lets voters know what his priorities are.  It provided a little personal background for those who still aren't quite sure if he was raised by Indonesian or domestic terrorists.  And it laid out the basic elements of his plan for America.

But I got to tell you, I'm thrilled to be voting for this guy.  In my mind, his story exemplifies, embodies if you will, the American dream.  Hearing him speak provides me with hope for the future of America.  I really want my children to grow up in an America with a man like Barak Obama as president. 

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