Vote Necklace

Vote Necklace

You have the power to change the world if you just do this simple things. It is a great way to show that you care about your country and change when you are at a convention.

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  • Obama argues with himself on almost every page of this lively autobiographical conversation. He gets you to agree with him, and then he brings in a counternarrative that seems just as convincing. Son of a white American mother and... Obama argues with himself on almost every page of this lively autobiographical conversation. He gets you to agree with him, and then he brings in a counternarrative that seems just as convincing. Son of a white American mother and of a black Kenyan father whom he never knew, Obama grew up mainly in Hawaii. After college, he worked for three years as a community organizer on Chicago's South Side. Then, finally, he went to Kenya, to find the world of his dead father, his "authentic" self. Will the truth set you free, Obama asks? Or will it disappoint? Both, it seems. His search for himself as a black American is rooted in the particulars of his daily life; it also reads like a wry commentary about all of us. He dismisses stereotypes of the "tragic mulatto" and then shows how much we are all caught between messy contradictions and disparate communities. He discovers that Kenya has 400 different tribes, each of them with stereotypes of the others. Obama is candid about racism and poverty and corruption, in Chicago and in Kenya. Yet he does find community and authenticity, not in any romantic cliche{‚}, but with "honest, decent men and women who have attainable ambitions and the determination to see them through."

  • FREE hilarity. Download presidential paper dolls from both the Democratic and Republican tickets. I must say... John McCain looks much better with the clothes ON. This is the best way to "cut through the political clutter" as elec... FREE hilarity. Download presidential paper dolls from both the Democratic and Republican tickets. I must say... John McCain looks much better with the clothes ON. This is the best way to "cut through the political clutter" as election day draws near.