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Obama changes victorious slogan

As Barack Obama gained enough delegates to win the democratic nomination for the presidency, two major question marks emerged around his candidacy. The first one is who he will pick as his running mate. The other – what'

It previously said “Change We Can Believe In” and was suddenly changed to simply “We Did It” for obvious reasons.

But at the same time Obama’s next rival, Republican John McCain, announced that the Democrat’s programme is “not a change they can believe in” making word-play of Obama's catchphrase.

But Obama changed the words again into “A Leader We Can Believe In”.

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