Michelle Obama’s 2012 DNC Speech

Despite the fact that an election season like this one provides a wealth of material, I usually avoid commenting on political speeches. But I’m going to make an exception for Michelle Obama’s speech last night because, even if you didn’t understand or agree with a word of what she said, it would be difficult to argue that she didn’t deliver an incredible performance. She was warm, funny, and seemed comfortable on that huge stage. Best of all, she used personal stories to illustrate her ideas instead of making political attacks.

Back in July the President said that his biggest failure had been his inability to tell the story of his first term. Maybe he should have let his wife do it earlier and more often.

1 thought on “Michelle Obama’s 2012 DNC Speech

  1. A man will show how well he can rule a country depending on how he can handle his own family, and we can see how Barrack
    raised his children and loved his wife. This mirrored how he leads the country. Yes a President should be smart and firm, but a leader should, first of all, have a compassion for his people. Not only the people of his equal but those people who are inferior to them not as human but in terms of financial factors.
    Go Barrack Obama!!!

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