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Yes We Can: The Obama Record

Yes We Can: The Obama Record

As President Obama prepares for his farewell address, the White House has released summaries of its achievements on a number of key issue areas.

Like many Americans, I will never forget being in Washington on inauguration day in 2009 pressed next to a African-American woman whose husband was on the Memphis City Council as she asked “is this a big deal for white people”.  I told her “hell yes” and to look at all the moist eyes watching the inaugural address.

We may not have accomplished everything we had hoped on that cold January day, but we have changed this country  for the better.


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