OBAMA CALLS ON AMERICAN'S TO REJECT 'POLITICS OF FEAR'
During a rally in New Jersey, where he was campaigning for Phil Murphy, the democratic candidate for governor he said, "Some politics we see now, we thought we'd put that to bed. I mean, that's folks looking 50 years back. It's the 21st century, not the 19th century."
He continued "We are rejecting a politics of division.We are rejecting a politics of fear, We are embracing a politics that says everybody counts, a politics that says everybody has dignity and worth--- a politics of hope."
Beyond his lament about the country's political environment, Obama stressed the vitality of the US remaining a leader on the world stage.
"The world counts on America having its act together. The world is looking to us as an example," Obama told the crowd."The world asks what our values and ideals are, and are we living up to our creed."
Obama made another campaign stop Thursday in Virgina, where he campaigned with Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, who is running against Republican Ed Gillespie, a former adviser to George W. Bush and chairman of the Republican National Committee, in the race to succeed Democrat Terry McAuliffe as governor.
Obama has some serious good advise in this campaign don't you think so...
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