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saltpoint Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Sep-25-07 01:31 AM
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9. The speech in Boston did put Senator Obama on a lot of people's political
map, and my thought is that as absolutely great as it was in content and delivery, it was likely only a fraction of the depth in the man himself.

I'm drawn to talented people. Senator Obama is one such. His detractors gamble that voters will not pay proper attention to a great spirit walking among them and asking them for a collective commitment of time and attention.

My guess is they're mistaken. Obama's star is still on the rise.
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