Monday, September 3, 2007

Obama on C-SPAN

Barack Obama was on C-SPAN tonight as he gave a rally speech in Manchester, New Hampshire. He spoke for a long while to a smiling crowd about his aspirations to be President and what he hopes to do for America. The following are exerpts from his speech:

"Not talking to leaders we don't like, that doesn't make us look strong; it makes us look arrogant."

"It's time for us to close Guantanamo."

"We are not a country that looks away while innocence is slaughtered in Darfur."

"We are a nation that lifted ourselves from The Depression."

"We are a beacon. That's who we are and who we can be again."

This next line is my favorite:
"I will not be a perfect president, but I will always be honest to you."

"When you walk away, the same old politics wins every time. I can't do this alone."

"Trust in your own sensibility. Make this campaign the vehicle for your hopes."

Keep checking back, readers, for more updates on Campaign 2008.

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