Obamaphenomenon

That’s what this is, isn’t it.
For the first time in my life I’ve actually watched a political party convention on television. It feels like I’m watching the rebirth of a nation, the enthusiastic start to a constructive revolution.
And I loved the line from Hillary about the “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Suit.” The speech writers all outdid themselves across the board. Every speech was packed with quotable, chantable phrases.
Hope, heart, and humor. That’s what drives the Obamaphenomenon. Even I feel optimistic.

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  1. For the first time in my life I watched a candidate accept the nomination with a lump in my throat and an odd rush throughout. For the first time I think I truly understand what people felt watching JFK — the hope, the promise, the charisma, the kinship. I also believe that for the first time I understand what was devastated and lost in them when he was assassinated.

    It really is a pivotal, historical time. Imagine if he wins — imagine…

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