July 23rd, 2007
10:09 PM ET
4 years ago

Turning the page

(CNN) - In what is becoming a consistent message of Sen. Barack Obama's campaign, his YouTube video included a popular line in his stump speech, "We want something new. We want to turn the page."

Obama, Democrat from Illinois, wants to paint himself as a candidate of a younger generation who will not get caught up in the partisan battles in Washington. The video also prominently showed the line "we can change the world" onscreen. It was the final campaign-style YouTube video of the night.

What did you think of Obama's video?

– CNN Producer Ted Metzger


Filed under: CNN/YouTube Debate
soundoff (27 Responses)
  1. Richard Sf CA

    ignorance prevails – "I hate all the candidates but in no way do I want Clinton in office. I’m tired of having Bushes and Clintons. This is America where we elect new leaders. Not England where we have families rule."

    you vote for the best candidate not because of their name, but their qualifications, Hillary is qualified, Obama is still training.

    Posted By Anonymous : July 24, 2007 6:49 am

    July 25, 2007 04:29 am at 4:29 am |
  2. Los Angeles, CA

    Hillary Clinton has alrady proved she is a divider, look at the polls – behind the Bush white house, she just might be the most polarizing figure in American politics. She's honoray, and hateful... pick up "Dereliction of Duty" and read the first few chapters for an inside look at how Clinton conducted herself behind closed doors. To summarize, she was always flying off the cuff, yelling at assitants, and downright hateful to most of those underneath her. Why not elect Bush again... same thing, different side of the political spectrum.

    July 26, 2007 01:16 am at 1:16 am |
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