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"There's not a liberal America and a conservative America - there's the United States of America." Barack Obama
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"As Americans, we can take enormous pride in the fact that courage has been inspired by our own struggle for freedom, by the tradition of democratic law secured by our forefathers and enshrined in our Constitution. It is a tradition that says all men are created equal under the law and that no one is above it." Barack Obama
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"The notion that we are going to stand by in the face of this is unacceptable." Barack Obama
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"I find it unbelievable that the EPA would continue to drag its feet despite the fact that their own analysis found that these rules could prevent 28,000 lead-related illnesses each year," Barack Obama
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"These shells behind us, these casings, are a testimony to the decades that have been spent creating weapons of destruction, ... The hopes in the programs that have been discussed today are that we can start using our resources to dismantle these arms and create a more peaceful and safe future for the people of Ukraine and for people all around the world." Barack Obama
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"We don't teach our children that healthy relationships involve drunken, naked parties in a hot tub with strangers - but that's what they see when they turn on `The Real World,' ... When they're fed a steady diet of these depictions over and over again from the time they're very young, this behavior becomes acceptable, it even starts seeming normal." Barack Obama
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"Today we are engaged in a deadly global struggle for those who would intimidate, torture, and murder people for exercising the most basic freedoms. If we are to win this struggle and spread those freedoms, we must keep our own moral compass pointed in a true direction." Barack Obama
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"In the absence of dogs and hoses there is no immediate, obvious enemy before us, so it's harder to mobilize a sense of outrage, ... Rosa Parks did not just sit down on her own initiative. She was part of a movement." Barack Obama
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"But they sense ... that with just a change in priorities, we can make sure that every child in America has a decent shot at life, ... They know we can do better. And they want that choice." Barack Obama
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"I hope we realize that the people of New Orleans weren't just abandoned during the hurricane, ... They were abandoned long ago—to murder and mayhem in the streets, to substandard schools, to dilapidated housing, to inadequate health care, to a pervasive sense of hopelessness." Barack Obama
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"I hope we realize that the people of New Orleans weren't just abandoned during the hurricane. They were abandoned long ago — to murder and mayhem in the streets, to substandard schools, to dilapidated housing, to inadequate health care, to a pervasive sense of hopelessness." Barack Obama
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"We are one people, all of us pledging allegiance to the stars and stripes, all of us defending the United States of America." Barack Obama
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"I am extremely wary of this unnecessary and costly review of settled PTSD cases, ... The veterans who received full benefits for PTSD are some of those who need our help the most." Barack Obama
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"They are going to have to find immediate work, immediate housing, immediately get their kids into school and that probably will change the demographics of the region." Barack Obama
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"a judicial philosophy that ignores the possibilities of racial discrimination or gender discrimination, a political philosophy that typically errs on the side of the powerful." Barack Obama
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"It was apparent on the first day that blacks were disproportionately impacted, and I felt it was important to help frame how we think about that issue, ... I was outraged and heartbroken by what happened and felt anxious. I felt like I needed to do something." Barack Obama
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"Tonight, we gather to affirm the greatness of our nation - not because of the height of our skyscrapers, or the power of our military, or the size of our economy. Our pride is based on a very simple premise, summed up in a declaration made over two hundred years ago." Barack Obama
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"I don't understand how you could have a situation where you've got several days' notice of an enormous hurricane building in the Gulf Coast, you know that New Orleans is 6 feet below sea level. ... The notion that you don't have good plans in place just does not make sense," Barack Obama
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"without enough troops to win the war, secure the peace and earn the respect of the world." Barack Obama
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"Instead of having a set of policies that are equipping people for the globalization of the economy, we have policies that are accelerating the most destructive trends of the global economy." Barack Obama
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"I think that the entire country felt shame about what had happened," Barack Obama
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Robb Zerr - January 23, 2013 , A peaceful change of power.


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