Obama cries. He speaks to a small group of his Chicago team and tells them what is deep in his heart. They are, he says, the source of his hope, and they will go on to do greater things then him. They are the future and when things are hard in DC, he thinks of them.
I admire Barack Obama in so many ways, but one of the main ways is that he appears to walk the role of a world leader and somehow leave his ego behind. Focusing instead on how to make the world a better place.
I know republicans, many of them, are hurting. They honestly believe that President Obama does not have their interests in mind, and that he will radically change America. To them I say, America is changing whether we have Barack as our leader or not. The question is, will we change in a way that brings out our best, our highest, our most inspired selves? For me, President Obama is about reaching a place that is bigger than we knew possible.
You can see the President's remarkable tribute to his campaign field staff here: http://govne.ws/item/President-Obama-I-m-Really-Proud-of-All-of-You?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter