DudeSpin is going to kick it old school today by bringing back the oratory that introduced Barack Obama to a nationwide audience - the keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. As those in the Super Tuesday states head out to vote, I hope they carry with them the same hope that all of us share in a better tomorrow and a better America. Although I have been a supporter of Barack's presidential campaign before Barack knew that he was running a presidential campaign, my trust in his candidacy runs beyond that he once gave me a B in a race and law seminar. That trust is rooted in his uncanny and proven ability to attract people - democrats, republicans, and independents alike - to his campaign, and most importantly, something much bigger than Barack. This campaign seems to have shed aside the type of politics we have become so accustomed to in the past decades and turning the page to a new chapter - one written through unity, a belief in each other, and diligence to work hard for a better day. That's the chapter that we're all anxious to write - and let us start writing that chapter today.