Lori Glori singing the new smash hit "Do Your Duty" for the new president of America. Barack Obama speaks in Berlin for the People of the world. Featuring Lori Glori and the voice of Barack Obama blended to a great song.
When I heard this song, I was thinking of nothing else during the race to the finish of this election. If I grabbed your pic--I hope you understand, and enjoy my perspective on what just happened in America. The song is "if you're out there" by John Legend from his new album, EVOLVER.
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Growing up in Alabama, I have always been a Republican. In the last election, I was so distraught by the choices that I didn't even vote. I expected this election year to be no different from 2004, nevertheless I settled into my research on candidates and their political records and backgrounds.
Researching Obama, I just kept digging for something, anything because he seems too good to be true. I found nothing but hope. A new, unexpected sense of hope that I have for the United States that my children will inherit. For the first time since before I was old enought to vote, I can say that if we give this man the opportunity, he will help us change not just our country, but the world for the better!
Italy picked up my video, "Pets for Obama," and according to the "links" info, they've viewed it hundreds of times. There is worldwide interest in his campaign, and I believe that Barack would engender a universal respect that the US government has been lacking for some time.
As a Britain who has lived through Blair’s disastrous alliance with Bush, I have a deep commitment to Obama’s candidacy. I believe he will steer US foreign policy onto a more fair-minded track, even if this will not bring the Chomskyan shift that I would like.
I am from France. I do not like Americans, at least not american politicians. They think they are above everything, better than the rest of the planet, I don't like their politics.
And then comes Obama.
He makes me like Americans, he makes me like their country. For him, for his message, for his vision and projects in which I believe, I would like to become an American just for an instant, so that I could bring him my vote and my support.
Even from far, I join your movement and I also say: YES WE CAN.
08 represents a new beginning and that is what Barack Obama wants to do - change how our country is governed and what we are used to coming from a president. Obama has inspired me to vote this year. I really never payed any antention to politics until now with this election. Barack Obama has a quality like none other - he is what I call a true visionary. That is what we need from our next president: someone with vision and passion for the american people.