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Obama back on the campaign trail

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After a week in Hawaii and an evening with John McCain (well, a handshake with McCain), Barack Obama is back out campaigning.

The presumptive Democratic candidate is a little over a week away from having the word "presumptive" banished from his descriptor as the coronation is slated to begin on August 25 in Denver at the Democratic National Convention.

Them again?

Obama was back in form talking about the economy, taxes, health care, and energy. He just may have mentioned John McCain a few times too. Oh yeah, and don't forget the duo who could have considered least likely to be mentioned in a presidential campaign. He brought them up too.

"Don't get fooled by Paris and Britney and nasty e-mails that folks are sending out," Obama said. "Don't get fooled by them. This election is about you. It's about us. And whether we are going to meet the challenges that lie before us."

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