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Ted Kennedy's Endorsement of Obama (Video)

Update: And here is Barack Obama in a 2003 speech telling Ted Kennedy that he's gotten old and needs to get some spine.

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Comments (2)

Steve Crickmore:

Heady speeches ...but this witty article points out that the "outright hostility to Obama from Hispanics on show in Nevada for example is not going to be assuaged by some pleas from a superannuated Kennedy". At least we will only have week to find out.

Steve Crickmore:

Here is Ted Kennnedy's written endorsement in a post, following his speech.

Barack inspires me -- it's that simple. In the words of President Kennedy:

"The world is changing. The old ways will not do... It is time for a new generation of leadership."

Looking out from the stage today, I realized just how powerful his campaign has become. It's a movement for change -- and one that I'm proud to be a part of."

Obama isn't the first politician to have charisma. Bill Clinton had and has loads of it to spare, but the difference between Bill Clinton's charisma and Obama's charisma is that after listening to Bill you believe he can achieve anything; after listening to Barack you believe you can achieve anything.


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