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While the gospel community might be expected to rejoice at the election of Barack Obama as president in 2008, that election occurred against the backdrop of numerous difficulties, notably a failing economy and ongoing military commitments, that may have sobered even the new president's most ardent supporters. Obama gets the last word, pledging to make things right. But this is not a starry-eyed celebration of the new president so much as a sober look at what he and the nation face, politically and spiritually.
Yes, we can’ - video highlights. Yes we can, he said one last time. Yes we did. And the crowd roared. Barack Obama – the son of a Kenyan goat herder and self-described skinny kid with a funny name who grew up to become America’s first black president – had come to say goodbye. Michelle and Malia Obama react to the outgoing president’s tribute. Photograph: Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP. It had been 2,989 days since the Obamas were greeted by nearly a quarter of a million supporters gathered in Chicago’s Grant Park on election night in 2008. Maybe you still can’t believe we pulled this whole thing off, he said wistfully. And before he hit his stride there was an eruption from the audience.
Yes, We Can. Go here for more about Barack Obama. Go here for more about Obama's Yes, We Can Speech. Here is the video clip of Barack Obama's Yes, We Can speech. Scroll down for the transcript. It follows the transcript of Senator Barack Obama's New Hampshire Primary Speech, aka the Yes, We Can speech, delivered at the Nashua High School South, Nashua, New Hampshire, on January 8, 2008. Thank you, New Hampshire. It was the call of workers who organized, women who reached for the ballot, a president who chose the moon as our new frontier, and a king who took us to the mountaintop and pointed the way to the promised land: Yes, we can, to justice and equality. Yes, we can, to opportunity and prosperity. Yes, we can heal this nation. Yes, we can repair this world.
During his first campaign for the presidency, President Obama summed up his promise with one simple creed. A creed that carried with it the hopes and aspirations of not only the Americans but also the entire world. It was a creed hinged on hope-Yes We Can!Over his eight years in office, he has delivered and surpassed what he promised. Though the his rivals are bent on repealing ObamaCare before he even leaves office, I am sure that there is much more to his legacy which they will never ever repeal.