Obama Nom Acceptance Speech: Will you be watching history?

Come rain or shine Barack Obama will address the Democratic convention at Mile High before a sea of 75,000 to accept the Democratic Presidential nomination in a spectacular finale to his party’s convention next month.

The address by Obama, who hopes to be America’s first black president, will be lent added poignancy by dint of its scheduling on the 45th anniversary of civil rights icon Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech.

Will you be watching?  Do you consider this a pivotal, historical event?

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