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On October 31, 2008, at a campaign rally at the University of Missouri, candidate Barack Obama said “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” Not everyone took him literally. In the fourteen months since he became president, however, he has clearly demonstrated that is precisely what he intended to do. It’s what motivates his supporters and infuriates his opponents. It is the standard by which Americans ultimately will judge his presidency. (More)


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3 Responses

  1. Polly R. says:

    The fate of the Tea Party movement is not entirely in its own collective hands. Because it is made up of so many different groups and organizations, one of them could ruin things for all the others by behaving badly or attempting to form a third party.

  2. Tom says:

    I find it interesting that the Tea Party is continually characterized as predominately white men, republican, etc. when actually some of the people who have started local movements are women, and many of the attendees are other than white.
    These facts need to be reported, and they are not. In fact they are avoided. Even on Chris Wallace’s show this weekend, no mention of the fact that this movement transcends all political boundries, all races, and yes, sexual orientations.

  3. al brady says:

    right on the money as usual. your articles are always welcome thank you

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