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do i really have to go watch a clip of this garbage ? lol
"I love this country" Michelle Obama declared At the DNC monday night.
she and her husband feel an obligation to "fight for the world as it should be"
"I think about how one day, they'll have families of their own. And one day, they — and your sons and daughters — will tell their own children about what we did together in this election. They'll tell them how this time, we listened to our hopes, instead of our fears. How this time, we decided to stop doubting and to start dreaming,"
She also used the address to dismiss questions about her patriotism. Republicans have criticized her comments earlier this year that she was "really proud" of her country for the first time.
"Barack doesn't care where you're from, or what your background is, or what party — if any — you belong to. That's not how he sees the world,"
Can you imagine if America would have followed that path and moved into a full blown alternative energy agenda path? Would we be where we were now?
I am truthfully starting to listen to what Obama is all about without any preconceived notions or past prejudices. I wouldnt say I am a raving fan just yet, but when you look at the alternative he is surely starting to make a lot of sense.
A 2007 Associated Press photograph, suppressed until now, shows the school register of the child who is today known as Barack Hussein Obama but was officially listed then as Barry Soetoro, whose citizenship was listed as "Indonesian" and whose religion was listed as "Islam." The visual evidence starkly contradicts the Obama campaign's claim that he was not a Muslim and confirms that he is a national of at least one other country.
CHICAGO - The squat brick buildings of Grove Parc Plaza, in a dense neighborhood that Barack Obama represented for eight years as a state senator, hold 504 apartments subsidized by the federal government for people who can't afford to live anywhere else.
But it's not safe to live here.
About 99 of the units are vacant, many rendered uninhabitable by unfixed problems, such as collapsed roofs and fire damage. Mice scamper through the halls. Battered mailboxes hang open. Sewage backs up into kitchen sinks. In 2006, federal inspectors graded the condition of the complex an 11 on a 100-point scale - a score so bad the buildings now face demolition.