Yes. Like the rest of you, heard the Obama speech in all its Obamity. His speech was easily the best campaign speech on race the world has ever heard. This is not a small thing.
And then this shows up.
Neither one of them is giving us much but from the mouths of babes, here. I've never understood how Hillary could play the experience card. She hasn't got that much on Obama at all.
Then there's this:
A little disenchantment with Obama could turn out to be a good thing. Too much idealism can blind a leader to reality as surely as too much ideology can.
-From Cozy Curmudgeonly Dowd's response column today.
Obama was forced to examine his alliance with extreme characters, and responded to controversy, trying to confront his shortcomings.
To be forthright is a breath of fresh air after the past eight years, hell, after the past several decades.
Elect him. If he isn't up to the job, we'll replace him in four years. So long as we're making choices bravely, no matter what we're offered, the choices so offered might get better.
He'll still be better suited than Bush, or perhaps, so will she.
Besides, all of the experience in the world isn't alone going to put this place back together again. Experience gave us the atom bomb as well the New Deal.
Obama has the power to move us, and he may very well have the power to lead us. What the hell, let's find out.