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Obama Gets Real

Jeff Jarvis

We've been critical of Barack Obama (D) for saying little in his videos, handing over the stage to his cheering audience.

This one is a step in the right direction. At a town hall in New Hampshire, he answers a simple question -- his first three priorities in office -- with simple answers on Iraq, education, and health care, the latter taking up most of the six minutes (but could still stand some more specifics on funding). Good. Now let's see a dozen more like this.

By washingtonpost.com Editors |  May 22, 2007; 8:12 AM ET Barack Obama
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You seem to be a detail guy. You like hearing the nitty-gritty policy stuff. But every time a Democratic candidate starts talking in detail on public policy, the a bunch of other pundits start screaming that Democrats are all head and no heart. Can't win.

Posted by: Miggs | May 22, 2007 2:19 PM

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