"Don't tell us change can't happen," is the message Sen. Barack Obama is delivering as he builds to a strong conclusion to his South Carolina primary victory speech.
The "Yes, we can" chant is taking over.
"Yes we can heal this nation.
"Yes we can seize our future," Obama said.
Those three words, "Yes, you can," followed by "Thank you, South Carolina, we love you," concluded his speech.
Obama's speech took him back to the above the partisan battle level he had been at before running into the Clinton attack machine during the past couple of weeks, and put his campaign back on message.
At the same time, he ripped through the Clintons' tactics with the skill of a surgeon. I have to agree with the TV analysts who are describing Obama's speech as presidential.