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June 05, 2008

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crockpot lady

what a fantastic post---it's beautiful, inspiring, and thought-provoking all in one.
-steph

MommyWithAttitude

Another wonderful and inspiring story!

I'm not enamored of Obama -- I certainly don't believe he's anything close to Martin Luther King Jr. or Robert Kennedy -- and I'm struggling right now to get over it.

Jill

What a tour de force post, Cynthia. Thank you for taking the time to write - that could not have been easy.

QueenofSpain Erin

I love this post! What a fantastic way to put this all into perspective, not to mention remind us of our history in a very personal way.

PunditMom

Thank you for sharing this post. It is so moving and important for us all to remember.

While I will vote for Obama, the difference for me is this -- Obama's snark. His 'tude.' His approach that somehow he was somehow entitled. His rhetoric about hope and change don't seem to comport, for me, with the way he presents himself. I will vote for him, but the caliber of candidates we had in '68 was on a whole different level.

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