People could not be applauding and nodding their heads in agreement if there were not happy of Obama's speech; certainly, people could not be happy about Mr.Obama's speech if there was something wrong with it.
However, if it is a triumph, it must not be viewed as primarily an African American one, for to see it that way helps to reinforce the ideas which made it so farfetched a possibility for so long.
Obama’s election translates to something far greater than that of a black man rising to the highest office in the land; it really means, and much more crucially, that a man was made president, and that is the real triumph.
I agree with him especially when he said, "I have never been so naïve as to believe that we can get beyond our racial divisions in a single election".
A few people could take his position on Reverend Wright.
This speech impacted amazingly on Obama's probabilities in the nomination competition and also in the general election's outcome.
Obama brought about subject matter and message of change and optimism to American policymaking which was incorporated by his serene, evaluated and refined verdict, compared to most of the previous Administrations.
Obama gave the American politics view a new example of post-racial politics in his message of change. Barack Obama gave this speech during his presidential campaign.
"What we have already achieved gives us hope - the audacity to hope - for what we can and must achieve tomorrow."Barrack said that the nation was for a long time not willing to face the problem of racism for a long time.
This speech would certainly be looked back and be pinpointed as an important preliminary stage in the American's mission to deal with racial division.
Barrack had already received immeasurable bitterness and vitriol from the other contender's, that is, Clinton and Mc Cain's campaign. a Hillary supporter as evidence that she's playing the race card, or we can speculate on whether white men will all flock to John Mc Cain in the general election regardless of his policies." Barrack used facts and powerful statements to persuade everyone that he was their right choice.