This is the end of a journey and the beginning of an even greater and transcendent struggle. All of us Democrats, independents and disgruntled Republicans must make our stand against McCain's policy of war and economic inequality.
It's our time to turn hope into action and dream into reality.
Here' are some personal flashbacks from the primaries:
(with cameos in the video or photos by Kerry Washington, , Hill Harper , Tatyana Ali , Jasmine Guy ,
and Eric Byler ,
Annabel Park, State Senator Gil Cedillo, Wendy Carrillo, Ted Kennedy, Michelle Obama and Barack Obama
and many, many others):
Above: In a more intimate setting Barack addresses HQ staff and volunteers about the path we've traveled, and the road ahead.
Hillary Clinton concedes:
I for one am grateful for Hillary Clinton's gracious speech and welcome the Clinton supporters into the fold. We stand united against the war and against inequality. We stand together against the Bush-McCain domestic and foreign policies that have proved so disastrous. We seek, along with many independents and disgruntled Republicans, to turn the page and embrace a new era, when it is the majority of people of this nation, and this world that are the main beneficiaries of their and our collective efforts and not just the wealthiest.
VIDEO: Barack Obama becomes the Democratic nominee for President of the United States:
Something that might help bring those Latinos still making up their minds is Hillary's full endorsement and support of Barack Obama's presidential campaign.
Here they are on their first joint appearance of the general elections:
click here for the second part, Barack's speech
Si, Se Puede!