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Campaign 2008 / Democrats / Obama Race Speech / A Discussion #888192

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 18, 2008
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[Senator Barack OBAMA - comments on Rev. Jeremiah Wright's sermon and the view that this country is static.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live discussion continued with CNN's David Gergen and Roland Martin and Republican strategist Bay Buchanan about Obama's speech. [MARTIN - suggests that by Obama taking on race they will move on with the campaign: that he put it all on the table and challenges the media on how to cover the issues in the campaign.] [BUCHANAN - comments on how Mitt Romney took on the Mormon religion issue in his campaign.] [GERGEN - says white suburban voters will find this speech appealing, but he will continue to have problems with some voting blocs; points out Obama gave a serious conversation directed to adults.]

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