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Topic - Patricia Moseley
"I was just like these kids today, ready for a change," said Ms. Moseley, 42. "The methods of old have played out. When Senator Obama is talking about marching into the future, he's talking about this generation."
Ms. Moseley, a school administrator and former teacher, said Republicans should like Mr. Obama because he shares their values: "We believe in going to church, and we believe in telling the truth."