Monday, January 16, 2006

The Dream Continues

Much e-print will be shed over Al Gore's seminal speech today. I was moved by the Daily Kos' analogy, "A True People's Democracy"

We were treated today to what I can only think of as a uniquely American experience: A white former future president, a son of privilege, summoning up the words and life of a black minister who rocked this country to its roots with his dream 40 years ago, both of whom referred back more than a century to a rural lawyer who took on the burden of the presidency when this nation's indivisibility and very survival were in doubt.
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I'm coming to think it takes outsiders to change the world. And that we need to pay attention to these outsiders who have a gift for speech.
I also watched Amistad today.

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