Sunday, January 27, 2008
AUDIO FOREPLAY SUNDAYS: VICTORY
Hello Ladies and Gentlemen,
Welcome to a beautiful new Sunday and for those of you who are new to this lil ol’ space O mine; On Sundays I usually tend do what I have entitled - Audio foreplay Sundays. Audio Foreplay is a sampling of the music that I play on my seventh day to relax and rest to or it stands as a soundtrack sampling to my life from that past week. As you probably know last night, Barack Obama won the South Carolina primary carrying 81 percent of the black vote to Clinton's 17 percent, according to exit polls cited by Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC. Obama also got 24 percent of the white vote, with Clinton and Edwards dividing the remainder, the exit polls showed. Today’s sampling is going to be dedicated to the words of victory and not the sounds of music.
Obama made a speech that hit most of the points I felt he really needed to address, about both policy and his detractors. I was happy, dare I say proud, that Obama finally showed a backbone at the South Carolina primary debate earlier this week and stood up against Hillary and Bill Clinton on their repeated misrepresentations of his positions and statements. He is finally starting to learn this election is not for the nice guy. When the dog bites you, you bite it back, so it knows to respect you. Below is his South Carolina victory speech, noticeably absent is a certain “cadence” that was such a topic of discussion after his Iowa victory speech.
What did you think of both his performance in the South Carolina primary debate and his victory speech last night?
Barack Obama South Carolina Primary Victory Speech PT 1
Barack Obama South Carolina Primary Victory Speech PT 2
~we're the warriors they write epics about~