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The hope of a millworker's son who dares to defy the odds. He does not say education or the war. You see, we Democrats have a very different measure of what constitutes progress in this country. The men and women who gathered there could've heard many things. Although I believe that the Iraqi people are ultimately better off without the tyranny of Saddam Hussein, I also believe that events in Iraq have reminded America of the need to use diplomacy and build international consensus to resolve our problems whenever possible. For peace to come, it is time for them - and all of us - to live up to our responsibilities.

She had been working to organize a mostly African-American community since the beginning of this campaign, and one day she was at a roundtable discussion where everyone went around telling their story and why they were there. That's the promise we need to keep.

I thought of the families I've met who were struggling to get by without a loved one's full income, or whose loved ones had returned with a limb missing or nerves shattered, but who still lacked long-term health benefits because they were Reservists. Given my background, my politics, and my professed values and ideals, there will no doubt be those for whom my statements of condemnation are not enough. It's because John McCain doesn't get it. The question, now, is not what Iran is against, but rather what future it wants to build.

Legalized discrimination - where blacks were prevented, often through violence, from owning property, or loans were not granted to African-American business owners, or black homeowners could not access FHA mortgages, or blacks were excluded from unions, or the police force, or fire departments - meant that black families could not amass any meaningful wealth to bequeath to future generations. She had been working to organize a mostly African-American community since the beginning of this campaign, and one day she was at a roundtable discussion where everyone went around telling their story and why they were there. Anyway, Ashley finishes her story and then goes around the room and asks everyone else why they're supporting the campaign. For eighteen long months, you have stood up, one by one, and said enough to the politics of the past. Islam has a proud tradition of tolerance.

And they want that choice. I understand you switched venues at considerable expense and inconvenience because of unfair labor practices at the place you were going to be having this synod. And Ashley asks him why he's there. And as so many generations have come to realize over the course of the two-hundred and twenty one years since a band of patriots signed that document in Philadelphia, that is where the perfection begins. That is why we plan to invest $1.5 billion each year over the next five years to partner with Pakistanis to build schools and hospitals, roads and businesses, and hundreds of millions to help those who have been displaced.

Thank you.