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Barack Obama: Videos of His Most Memorable Speeches

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has long enjoyed a reputation as a powerful public speaker. From first gaining national attention at the as the keynote speaker at the 2004 Democratic National Convention

to his 2008 Democratic National Convention acceptance speech, Obama’s words never fail to deliver a powerful message.

Here are links to some of his most powerful speeches:

Barack Obama’s Election Night Acceptance Speech
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Late at night on November 4th, 2008, Barack Obama spoke to more than 100,000 supporters after winning that days Presidential election.
Barack Obama in Berlin – July 24, 2008
Speaking to a crowd of approximately 200,000, Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama emphasizes the theme of freedom, and encourages Europeans and Americans to work together to “defeat terror and dry up the well of extremism that supports it.”

Barack Obama 2004 DNC Keynote Address – Boston, MA – July 27, 2004
Part 1
Part 2
Then-Illinois Senate candidate Barack Obama introduces himself to Democrats, giving the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention. He told the story of his working class upbringing and urged the nation to vote for Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry.

Barack Obama Race in America Speech – Philadelphia, PA – March 18, 2008
Barack Obama speaks in Philadelphia, PA, on issues of race and recent remarks by his pastor, and of the path by which Americans can work together to achieve a better future.

Barack Obama DNC Acceptance Speech – Denver, CO – August 28, 2008
Barack Obama speaks to an audience of 84,000 at Mile High Stadium, on August 28, 2008 in Denver, CO, as he accepted the Democratic nomination for the 2008 presidential election.

Speech on Patriotism – Independence, MO – June 30, 2008
Barack Obama asks Americans to reflect on what patriotism really means, pays tribute to troops, and states that while he will never question the patriotism of others in the presidential campaign, he will not stand idly by while others attack his patriotism.

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