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No Flip-Flop For Obama In NEA Endorsement Speech

EIA's Mike Antonucci has the Obama speech to the NEA convention (via satellite):

Among other points (and hints at where the good parts on the video are), Antonucci says that Obama "took the bull by the horns" in talking about performance pay and charter schools (here).  No flip-flop there -- in contrast to campaign spending.

Over at the USA Today politics blog, Greg Toppo reports in as well (Mostly cheers, but some boos too, when Obama addresses teachers) with some additional observations and news -- Obama's relatively low NEA endorsement vote total, for example.  I want to know about Obama's sister, a teacher.  There's a McCain update, too.


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