Barack Obama's message is simple as he is speaking to his supporters in New Hampshire: There is something happening in America."
"We are ready to take this country in a fundamentally different direction. Change is happening in America.' The latter phrase just brought a chant of "We want change."
Obama is again showing he is a master of oratory, talking about a new majority of Democrats, Independents and Republicans.
"When I am president of the United States, we will end this war in Iraq and bring our troops home," Obama said, bringing another loud ovation.
We will restore our moral standing in the world and we will never use 9-11 to scare up votes," Obama continued.
"We know the battle ahead will be long. Nothing can stand in the way of millions of voices calling for change.
We have been warned against giving people false hope," Obama said, referring to a criticism leveled by Hillary Clinton, "but there is nothing impossible about hope."
Obama told his supporters, "Yes, we can," and gave example after example. "Yes we can, to justice and equality.
"Yes, we can, yes, we can, yes, we can," the chants reverberted.
"Yes, we can heal this nation. Yes we can repair this world. Yes we can."