Monday, January 8, 2007


Acknowledging the 10 best communicators of 2006
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The San Francisco Examiner Newspaper Jan 1, 2007 6:00 AM (7 days ago)

SAN FRANCISCO - 1 Sen. Barack Obama: Obama-mania! He burst onto the scene with one speech at the Democratic National Convention in 2004. He has kept up his impact in the high-risk, high-profile arena of politics — so much so that he deserves to be the top communicator of 2006. Obama is one of the few politicians whose one name captures the experience of the person, such as Oprah, Bono and Madonna. And Obama might be the real deal. He looks his interviewers and public in the eye, holds himself tall, and yet remains informal and humble in stance in posture. He’s great on talk shows. Yes, he’s a real candidate for the presidency, maybe because there’s a weak field. And to add to the exposure, he even has come out with a best-selling book. So he’s smart, as well as a great communicator.

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