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Barack Obama, the Realization of Martin Luther King?

As Barack Obama delivers his acceptance speech on the very same day that Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous "I Have A Dream Speech", many suggests that Senator Barack Obama is indeed the realization of this speech. Obama will now become the first ever Black-American that will be an official candidate of a major party in the United States. Today, it maybe one of the proof that the racial divide is finally coming to a close, at least in the United States.

Sen. John McCain, the Republican Presidential Nominee as a proof of this historic occasion even placed an ad congratulating Sen. Barack Obama, "Senator Obama, this is truly a good day for America. Too often the achievements of our opponents go unnoticed. So I wanted to stop and say, congratulations. How perfect that your nomination would come on this historic day. Tomorrow, we'll be back at it. But tonight Senator, job well done."

Obama calls on the youth, unites a party once divided by a bitter rivalry between Hilary Clinton and him, and calls on Republicans to rally around him as well. Obama is all about change, he is for a better America, for a better environment and for a better future.

As millions of people in the United States and around the world awaits and listen to Obama's speech in anticipation history unfolds. Today will mark a new page in the history of the United States when a Black-American accepts nomination as a candidate to be the next President of the United States.

As this historic event unfolds let us go back to what Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. said on this historic day...