Monday, January 19, 2009

Obama presidential inauguration 20 Jan 2009


“Monumental expectations for Obama's inauguration address”


WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President-elect Barack Obama's inaugural address is one of the most anticipated speeches in decades, with many expecting his words to be chiseled into marble some day.

Obama has a high reputation in giving excellent speeches and tommorrow will mark a national milestone the inaugration of the first african american president. It is expected that Obama is likely honour Martin Luther Kings legacy and to refer to King and the dramatic struggles African-Americans have fought as they emerged from slavery and fought for full civil rights

In the 1963 speech, delivered to a civil rights rally on the Mall in Washington, King said:

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."


Obama has said he has been studying previous inaugural addresses -- including President Abraham Lincoln's and the speeches President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave as he took office amid the Great Depression.

Tommorrow Obama will declare his administration's intent, making his first presidential speech and take office.

Here's wishing Barack all the best tomorrow on one of the memorable days in history and every other day afterwards

Source: CNN

6 comments:

Lewis said...

Long time coming, wonderful new I never thought it would happen and now its finally official as of tomorrow

Tommy said...

Obama is cool, one of the most down to earth persons in politics

Aldo said...

Absolutely fantastic, Barack is truly a leader for the people

Stephanie said...

Inspirational speech, one for the history books

Alexa said...

I blink my eyes and see Obama's face on the TV and say yes all those hero's of the past thirty forty years would be happy, history is made in America. A remarkable day in history with a really remarkable person

Kelly said...

Great day for African American's and great day for Democrats' was sorry to hear that Ted Kennedy was taken ill with a seizure, he must be proud to see history being marked knowing that both his brothers and Martin Luther King died senseless deaths. God be with you Ted and recover soon. Obama the American people are here for you and ready to remake the dream.