"I'm comiiiiinggg!" Tutu sings out from the adjacent room, the words rolling off his tongue in a playfully high-pitched refrain, before he comes wheeling and teetering -- all 5'2" of him -- around the corner of his suite at the Atlanta Grand Hyatt.
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As long as Democrats in Congress support Obama's blueprint for change, he should continue to accomplish big things.
Unlike candidates in the idealist era that just ended, Obama ran a national campaign and competed in formerly rock-ribbed Republican states. His reward? Victory in nine 2004 red states.
It is the American people that Barack Obama must rally to his side. It is they who will ultimately decide the effectiveness of his transition as a springboard to a civic era Administration.
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