Barack Obama's Greatest Hits

DannyG | August 28, 2008
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By K. Daniel Glover Barack Obama takes center stage in Denver tonight to accept the Democratic Party's presidential nomination. That makes today a great time to reflect on what Obama's campaign of hope and change hath wrought. So here, for your viewing pleasure, is a compilation of Obama's greatest rhetorical hits from the past 19 months. I've limited this special package to 10 tracks and five minutes, but there surely are more that could have been included. Share your favorites in the comments. The 10 tracks from this collection are: 1. Farewell To Arms -- Obama's plan to dismantle U.S. defenses 2. Loveable Rogues -- An open invitation for talks with global thugs 3. Bomb Iran -- Maybe, depending on what day you ask 4. Baby Be Gone -- No one wants to be "punished" with babies 5. Workin' 9 to 5 -- Tough questions are "above my pay grade" 6. The Gospel Of Barack -- The gay marriage Sermon on the Mount 7. Take The Race Bait -- Typical dollar bills ... and white people 8. Bitter -- The guns 'n Bibles crowd 9. Jeremiah Was An Albatross -- Tossed under the bus with Grandma 10. A Gaffe A Minute -- Fallen heroes in the 57 states of America
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