On Feb 10, 2007, then Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) announced his 2008 White House presidential bid, which ultimately made him become the first African-American president of the United States.
When I see how loyal and loving the president has been toward Alex's family, my own grief ebbs a little. Obama is the change I want to see in the world, and when the race was called, I was with Alex's family and friends, and knew he was there with us, proud to have the president reelected.
Mr. President, why would you think that Republicans, who control the House and can prevent cloture in the Senate, would ever do anything that may help get you re-elected? Job number one for you is job creation -- please take the lead.
Obama: What I'm saying is that strategically, I think we can get civil unions passed. I think we can get SB 101 passed... to the extent that we can get the rights, I'm less concerned about the name.
With a smart president now at the helm, we'll be entering a new era that'll offer decency over hubris, peace over war, intelligence over beliefs, openness over secrecy, and creativity over the status quo.
Senator Obama synthesized the issue in his comments during the final presidential debate. He said, "No one is for abortion, period." He is right.
Disabled voters can make a difference, not only through their votes, but also by their campaigning activities.