We're on 2nd Street and Hope, the street I lived on and about a block from my house. This is the fire station, this is a where my dad worked. Hope was a great little town to grow up in. It was a place where people knew each other, cared about each other, helped each other. My grandmother's house was here, right on the train tracks like my house was. Clinton boyhood home right here, but we won't spend a lot of time here. I think the most important value I learned as a kid growing up in a little town like Hope, Arkansas was there's a difference between right and wrong. There's a difference between good and evil. I hope I never forget where I come from. I hope I never forget this porch. I hope I never forget what it's like to live in a neighborhood where neighbors know each other and care about each other. Where people have to work hard just to be able to put food on their table, clothes on their kids, back pay the rent on a rent house like the one I lived in. There's a lot more of America who's living like I grew up living than will ever live in a white house or a governor's mansion. I think the worst thing that can happen is that we forget where we come from, not only individually, but god help us if we ever forget where we come from as a country.