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    Barack Obama waiting as he was announced by DC Mayor Fenty prior to a speech that he gave in DC.

    djramsay05, FeeBeeDee, martinezargento, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. globalenvision 67 months ago | reply

      Your photograph was used by Global Envision along with a blog post entitled, "Have you heard the candidates discuss global poverty?" Check it out here: www.globalenvision.org/2008/10/02/global-poverty-and-cand...

    2. DrumChannel.com 67 months ago | reply

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    3. Damozel 66 months ago | reply

      We used your beautiful photo here in our celebration of his victory.

      bucknakedpolitics.typepad.com/buck_naked_politics/2008/11...

    4. kzar 66 months ago | reply

      Hi,
      Wanted to let you know that your picture is currently being used on the front page of NewsTrust. Thanks for making it available for our non-profit project.

    5. lyvegyde 64 months ago | reply

      Great picture! I used it on my website here - www.lyvegyde.com/events/984 - for an upcoming live inauguration day webcast. Thanks for sharing!

    6. lachshand 64 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this photo available. It's great! We're using it for an Obama impact on real estate piece on markshandrow.com.

    7. wantagh fd 22 months ago | reply

      I believe saying that the president was not born here is not the right argument, the real question all americans need to ask them selfs are you better off today then when he took office. I for one am not but that answer has nothing to do with his race it has to do with is he helping or hurting and like so many presidents before him he is not getting the job done. I will tell you i did not vote for him the first time around and will not the second time either BUT i will also tell you this He under his watch did get osama bin ladin and that raised his stock in my eyes i believe the president deserves the respect of the nation but if your not happy with his job performance then don't vote for him BUT please stop saying he was not born here its old, tiring and stupid.

    8. tobi wan1 22 months ago | reply

      Check it out for yourself you glamored bunch of easily duped people. His mother had to live in the US for at least 5 years "prior' to his birth and after the age of 16 for him to be a citizen (because of the fact that his father was not a US citizen). He therefore does not qualify to become President because she was only 18 when he was born, not the 21 she should have been to make him qualify. Chew on that for a while.

    9. Dogma I 20 months ago | reply

      Is he or isn't he... who cares? Except for those of us with full native blood everyone came here at some point to build what was the best country on the planet and it took the discarded people of numerous nations to do so. Did they come four years or five years ago? We are fiddling while Rome is burning. Perhaps it is time to quit the name calling and tearing the nation apart and remember the roots that made this nation great. It is time to once again make the US a world leader by looking what the rest of the world has, deciding what we want and need then working together to accomplish that.

    10. shamskm.com 4 months ago | reply

      Hello, we have used this photo in one of our articles on BlogArena www.shamskm.com/blogs/?p=19096
      Greetings, Shams

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