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Huckabee oratory deemed 'low-key,' Obama's classic

Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Barack Obama addressed a rally at the Pan Am Flight Services hanger yesterday in Portsmouth, N.H. Obama arrived in New Hampshire ahead of the state's primary after winning the Iowa caucuses. Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Barack Obama addressed a rally at the Pan Am Flight Services hanger yesterday in Portsmouth, N.H. Obama arrived in New Hampshire ahead of the state's primary after winning the Iowa caucuses. (chip somodevilla/Getty Images)
By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / January 5, 2008

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Barack Obama and Mike Huckabee, the two big winners in Thursday's Iowa presidential caucuses, both talk a lot about hope. For all their political differences, they also share something else: the ability to deliver their hopeful messages in a way that sounds inspiring, heartfelt, and real. (Full article: 752 words)

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