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    Barack Obama

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    career (he later called it "an ill-considered race" in which he got "spanked" by the voters. Barack directed the Illinois Project Vote, which was a voter registration drive aimed at increasing black turnout in the 1992 election. Directing this project, Obama accepted positions such as attorney with the civil rights law firm of Miner, Barnhill and Galland and a lecturer at the University Of Chicago Law School. The Illinois Project Vote helped Carol Moseley Braun become the first black woman ever elected

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    The Obama Cult

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    Rather, the article explains that Obama used this idolized view of him to his advantage when making extremely large promises including an improved healthcare system, higher college graduation rates, and increased student involvement and interest in STEM fields. These ambitious promises are

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    Barack Obama

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    President of the United States February 10, 2007, Obama announced his presidential candidacy at a rally in front of the Old State House in Springfield, Illinois, which was where Abraham Lincoln had given his famous "house divided" speech. The Obama campaign received a great huge amount of support from organizations, volunteers, and donors. Barack Obama was running against former first Lady Hillary Clinton wife of former president Bill Clinton. The Obama campaign developed a strategy for winning the Democratic

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    Why Obama?

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    President Barak Obama has had a very eventful first term, with several major accomplishments in healthcare, immigration, fighting terrorism, and the economy. His vast achievements regarding the wellbeing of the United States and its allies make him more than eligible for reelection this November. Despite his many successes, Obama has several critics who relentlessly attack him with claims that he has accomplished nothing and has actually caused harm to the nation. As numerous as these claims might

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    Heir to Obama?

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    Heir to Obama? If you were told of a Democratic Party African-American big-city politician in his forties, with an education at some of the top universities in the United States and a political track record of charisma, honesty in a state with, on-the-whole corrupt politics, and above all, success, who would you think of? To most people, these descriptions are a great account of president Barack Obama. However, the description applies just as well to the man that many Democratic Party leaders consider

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    Change and Obama

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    Introduction – Change and Obama Last year, America has elected a new president and in fact the first black president, Barack Obama. As what all other presidents have done, they made so many promises during their campaign, in order for people to support them and win the votes to become president. President Barack Obama used the word change as his campaign tagline last year. It triggered us, the people around the world, to have the interest on how Obama has brought changes to the White House, to the

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    Obama report

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    Freedom is never given; it is won." - A. Philip Randolph. Obama has given inspiration to African Americans by showing them though working hard you can succeed like become the first African America president. Though struggles and accomplishments, Obama has influenced a generation of African Americas by rising from the bottom to the United States president. Obama being elected president. he won by a land slide victory in 2008 with a Popular vote of 69,498,516. he still won even thought not having

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    Obama Care

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    To ensure that every American has access to affordable health care, Barack Obama signed a law called the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obama Care, on March 23, 2010 (Obamacarefacts.com). Obama Care was put into place to increase the quality, affordability, and availability of health care (Obamacarefacts.com). Your health insurance will not be taken away if you lose your job or get hired somewhere else. Before Obama Care, you could be denied from health insurance companies due to previous health

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    Michelle Obama

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    Michelle Obama once said “Real change comes from having enough comfort to be really honest and say something very uncomfortable”, and as a leader for our country she has put this thought into action, often times offering her opinion on controversial topics in order to bring forth change. For the past eight years, Michelle Obama has served diligently as the first lady of the United States. Over the course of the Obama administration, Michelle has made incredible strides in the fight against childhood

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    Barack Obama

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    In 2007 when then Senator Barack Obama announced his run for the presidency of the United States, the country was experiencing great turmoil and people were ready for a change in leadership. No matter what political party you held, it appeared to be an overwhelming sentiment that people were looking for a shift in direction, especially relating to the bad economical positions a lot of Americans had found themselves in. All of the challenges that the country was experiencing was a sign that the next

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