Still unable to get what was all that fuss about Reverend Wright and how the most of american people could be so ignorant about the african american struggle and be surprised by his claims, I listened to Barack Obama's speech about races. He puts into perspective Wright's assertions, takes distances with him without condemned him, and subtly change the subject of the debate to get involved the whole minorities at first, and even the whole american people.
This bright move avoids traps of the controversy and offers a rare political moment.
His silver tongue, the deepness and the strength of his speech, the skill of his positionning, even maybe his sincerity, and what became his touch : the little story at the end, were thrilling. In other words : his widening the target segment and his speaking from experience put together with such a talent were shivering.