I agree he does a great job in that video. I prefer Biden but I think they'd both be fine. My one caveat with Bayh is that I'm not sure he and obama get along well.
I also really like Schweitzer in that he could make the argument that understands middle eastern culture and economics better than any candidate we've ever had. He also has an extremely firm grip on energy and environmental policy.
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As a 17 year old who will be able to vote for the first time in 08 I've got to say that among my peers there is overwhelming support for Obama. Neither Clinton nor Edwards has drawn much attention. (Clinton because she seems a little overbearing and Edwards because he reminds us of 2004) While most of these students in the Obama group might just be facebook addicts, the popularity of the group still shows that Obama can bring out a much larger youth vote. Even if they are not going to get out and vollunteer for Obama there's a much better chance that they'll get out and vote for him than for any of the other democratic candidates.