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By Paisit Boonparlit
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xcited was the tone of a dear American friend who had
just seen a young African American give a moving speech at
the Democratic National Convention in Boston Massachusetts
on 27 July 2004. Democrats and independents alike were
expressing there enthusiasm that this not so well known very
young second term senator from Illinois was making waves in
a speech that was reminiscent to those of the former gracious
American hero President John F. Kennedy. The Obama speech
was about unity and hope.
While the speech moved many at the National Convention,
the call of the day was to stand united behind Democratic
Presidential Candidate John Kerry, in a race to challenge the
incumbent Republican President George W. Bush (GW). GW
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