August 28, 2008

The DNC's Big Finale

This is the night! The world will be watching as Sen. Barack Obama accepts his history making presidential nomination in front of 80,000 supporters at Invesco Field (Denver's Mile High stadium). I'm so excited!

His acceptance comes on the 45th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, and, I think it's clear that MLK's dream has come true.

Update: From taxes and the economy, to global warming and foreign policy, there's nothing Barack Obama didn't touch on as he accepted the Democratic presidential nomination in front of 84,000 people.

His speech, from a political point of view, was perfect. My favorite part was when he talked about the "lack of experience" the Republicans think that he has, and said that it's not about him, it's about [the people]! And that is why we the people want Barack Obama in the White House. Because he speaks for us, he listens to us, he is us! This election is about us, the campaign for change is about us, and Barack Obama is the only one who can help us take back the country!

What a night! What a show! I could not have been more overwhelmed.

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