It's telling that you are attacking the idea of context as you act as though the entirety of a man is contained in the three or four most controversial clips of him speaking. Sen. Obama's answer to your very question is that you do not know the man any more than you know his grandmother for her small failings.<br><br>People are assuming that you have not watched or read the speech because you are ignoring large chunks of it that address all of this without the need for any kind of interpretation.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
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