Motivational Speech

Friday, October 27, 2006


Whoever ends up running in ’08, observed Paul Waldman on, Obama offers Democrats a "lesson in how powerful rhetoric can capture and exploit a political moment." Waldman is a senior fellow at the progressive think tank Media Matters for America. He tells Brooke that Obama cannily established his personal and political identity with two early speeches that hark back to Reaganesque oratory.

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