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Flashback: In 2007 speech, Obama credited 1965 Selma march for inspiring his birth — in 1961

Praise for President Obama’s speech at Saturday’s #Selma50 observation was nearly unanimous, with even the most objective reporters declaring it “historic” at the very least, while others deemed it Obama’s best.


As his tweet above suggests, the New York Times’ Jonathan Martin found Sen. Barack Obama’s 2007 speech at the 42nd anniversary of Bloody Sunday perhaps just as important as this year’s; “You could feel history turn,” he recalls. Bonus points to those out there who remember presidential candidate Obama’s remarks and felt his story turn.

Lie is such a strong and accurate word.


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