This unusual 20-minute pro-Obama video by Lawrence Lessig, 46, a Stanford law professor well know for his advocacy of Internet freedom, seeks to refute arguments that Hillary Clinton is preferable to Barack Obama at a number of levels.  --  Lessig begins by dismissing arguments based on policy differences, citing authoritative sources that say that there are few differences between Obama and Clinton on policies.  --  Instead, he focuses on questions of character and integrity, where Obama's record is superior.  --  As for the "change" that both candidates say they want, Lessig argues that the institutional change and cultural shift that Obama is seeking is fundamentally different from the political change that Hillary Clinton is attempting to effect.  --  In particular, Obama seeks change with regard to the power of money in Washington, and also the hawkish mind-set that tends to prevail in the councils of government.  --  Finally, Lessig believes not only that Obama has a power to inspire Americans that can effect genuine political change, but that he is capable of communicating to the world the will of the American people to effect such change....

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20 MINUTES OR SO ABOUT WHY I AM 4BARACK
By Lawrence Lessig

YouTube
February 4, 2008

A video describing why I am supporting Barack Obama.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdDzvmY1XPo