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Notes On The Eve Of Day One

from Huffington Post

Still I couldn’t get the words of Rosa Clemente — the 36 year-old Green Party vice-presidential candidate who was for many of us just as much a symbol of hope and progress and change — out of my head. “If we become the majority,” she told me last summer, “then we’re going to have more people like us put into these positions from really moving us towards justice.

As we look at who Obama has brought in to his administration thus far, I’m struck by the notion that perhaps even he doesn’t yet recognize the transformative possibilities of the new majority that elected him.

Cornel West said last March, “I told Obama that when he wins — which I think he will — I will celebrate for one day, I’ll breakdance in the morning and party in the afternoon. But the next day, I’ll become one of his major critics.”

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