One thing you can say with certainty about Illinois Sen. Barack Obama is that there has never been another presidential candidate like him.
He has a foreign sounding name that rhymes with "Osama," his middle name is Hussein, and he has admitted to using marijuana and cocaine as a teenager. Racially he is half black, half white, and in terms of political experience, green.
With just seven years in the state legislature, and two in the United States Senate, it would be easy to dismiss him, were it not for the fact that he is running second in the polls behind Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. On Saturday, 17,000 people braved frigid weather to watch him declare his candidacy in Springfield Ill., where correspondent Steve Kroft joined him on the eve of his speech.
Barack & Michelle Obama: The 60 Minutes Interview
If you missed yesterday's 60 Minutes with Barack and Michelle Obama, here's part of introduction and a link to the interview online.