America Michelle Obama: ‘Barack knows the American dream because he’s lived it’

Published on September 6th, 2012 | by Viktor Sobiecki


First Lady Michelle Obama’s speech … Boris Becker crying

This first lady of the United States was the culmination of the opening of the election the Democratic Party, which started in North Carolina.   Michelle Obama tried to convince voters to keep her husband as president for a second term, as “a man who can be trusted.”  In just the first night of the Democratic convention in Charlotte, NC on Twitter has added more than 3 million records. For comparison, the last three days of the meeting of Republicans collected 4 million tweets.

Boris Becker tweeted:  “Just listened to Michelle Obama and I cried….what a FIRST LADY!!!”

A recurrent theme of speech, Michelle Obama has overcome the difficulties of life. U.S. first lady told about the president’s youth, when the future President was happy to find a coffee table in the dump, and the only decent pair of shoes he was half a size small.

One she got started the message was loud and clear, ‘vote for him – he is one of you’.

“Barack knows the American Dream because he’s lived it, and he wants everyone in this country to have that same opportunity, no matter who we are, or where we’re from, or what we look like, or who we love,” Michelle Obama said.

By the end of Michelle Obama’s speech, her eyes filled with tears.

But Barack Obama has a long way to go before clinching a second term; under fire for high unemployment and a weak economy, pundits say he needs to call on every ounce of loyalty from those voters who backed him in 2008, to win another four years in the White House.


IMHO: Get clean Soviet Union style speech:  “I’m standing before you, a simple Madame Michelle Obama. Comrades, vote for my husband”.

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