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Orlando, FL, USA – On August 28, 2008, Barack Obama became the first African-American to be nominated by a major American political party for President as he accepted his party's nomination and presented his policy goals. And on November 4, 2008, Barack Obama became the first African-American to win the President Election, creating history for generations of the future to look back upon and remember.
As a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, Barack Obama worked as a community organizer and practiced as a civil rights attorney before serving three terms in the Illinois Senate from 1997 to 2004. From the minute Obama stepped into the Senate and till present, Barack Obama has never forgot where he's come from; he's been a fighter for the working, middle-class, and that has been his prime platform throughout the entire 2008 Presidential Elections.
Now, on the day after the Presidential Elections, Orlando-based rapper Ajaxxx has released his latest track "Yes We Can (And We Did)." He starts off by rapping "I can't believe we did it, I can't believe it happened," and he's right. Ajaxxx then goes into saying that we've dealt with "eight years of shame here, a struggle that we can't bear," and how Bush has done nothing but put our country into more trouble than ever before.
"But we turned to someone else," Ajaxxx then continues, "because we needed a change, Barack (Barack) Obama, gotta, be the one to get us outta, all this drama, comma, that we got ourselves in for tomorrow." Ajaxxx also raps about Barack's goals for "fixing this education for this generation…plus healthcare and energy and tax breaks for the middle class," all which were significant points during Obama's campaign.
Barack Obama and Joe Biden both personify the change we need in this country; having elected them into the White House is the first right step America has taken in the past eight years towards making our nation a better place for every child and every adult.
Ajaxxx ends his rap with a message which both define who he is as an artist and who Barack Obama will be as President of the United States: "This is the spirit of possibility and the journey of hope, this is faith in full effect, when everyone was like no, this is the ways of change we in, and if you care to believe, then stand up, because it's the definition of the American Dream."
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