Democratic Convention

By: Triston Sanders Email
By: Triston Sanders Email

Democrats used the opening night to reintroduce Illinois Senator Barack Obama.

Some Democrats say they are hoping the four day political festival will reassure voters still wary of putting a political newcomer in the White House.

Obama will accept his nomination on Thursday night in a speech to 75,000.

The Republicans will hold their convention next week in St. Paul, Minnesota.


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  • by One Voice Location: USA on Aug 26, 2008 at 10:53 AM
    I watched the first night of their convention,and I will be the first one to say"we are not interested in MO at all!We are only interested in what experience her husband has.Her speech left a lot of us disapointed,it only showed us that they are quite the "family".But I think there is more to this deal that just "one big happy family ".And the fact that he is the first black to apply for this gig.He did not appear to even know where he was at, so how can this person know how to care for "us"the United States?This is a BIG job,and the MAN that takes on this job has to be able to fill some big shoes!There is also so much bad vibes going on between the Clinton camp/Obama camp,and what does this say about the democratic party ,I ask you?It seems as if the only thing they(the delegates) care about is "WINNING THE WHITE HOUSE",and to heck with the very ones that put them where they are in the first place.People We better know where we stand before we vote in November!Cute kids though...
  • by Jitterbug Location: South Georgia on Aug 26, 2008 at 10:22 AM
    I fell a sleep during Michelle's speech. Sorry michelle
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