Last night, President Barack Obama addressed congress with a hopeful and powerful speech. He spoke about the credit crisis, corporate American CEOs, the resiliency of the United States and its people, and education. For me, the highlight of the speech was when he referenced a young South Carolinian girl that wrote a letter to congress about her school and her life. She attends a school in horrible conditions but despite this, she told congress, "we want to be doctors, lawyers, and even the president; we're not quitters." I love it! I'm not quitting either!