Wednesday, June 08, 2005

"Vox Clamantis in Deserto"

Derivative Work Alert: This blog post is basically a link to a posting that consists exclusively of an article that is composed primarily of a speech.

From The Washington Spectator:
Senator Obama has become a vox clamantis in deserto -- a voice crying out in the wilderness. He is not yet frequently seen or heard on the Senate floor, but his occasional speeches elsewhere say a lot. A recent one that struck us as a self-illuminating sketch of his promising future was given recently at a Washington National Press Club luncheon. It got little national media attention, so we've decided to present some of it here to spotlight the talents of this unusually promising man
I heard Obama's speech on NPR and agree that it deserves more attention -- so I've posted the Spectator article here.

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