Friday, January 29, 2010

Great line of the day 

Andrew Sullivan writes a profound post about Obama's State of the Union speech and what it means for the future of the United States:
I've lived in Washington for twenty years. I saw in Obama the real hope that something constructive could emerge from the corruption and decline of the recent past. I saw last night the civil tone that marks a responsible politics, rather than the glib cynicism and mock heroism that has marked us in much of the new millennium . . .
Last night, I saw one of the few men left able to see the depth of the crisis and not lose faith in this country's ability to overcome it.
Emphasis mine.

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