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Watch President Barack Obama's Speech at Democratic National Convention!

Watch President Barack Obama's Speech at Democratic National Convention!

Barack Obama makes his speech at the 2012 Democratic National Convention on Thursday (September 6) at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, N.C.

The President of the United States made a plead for patience in his speech, which was met by thunderous cheers from the audience.

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“I won’t pretend the path I’m offering is quick or easy,” Barack said. “You didn’t elect me to tell you what you wanted to hear. You elected me to tell you the truth.”

Barack‘s wife Michelle Obama welcomed him to the stage and then sat in the front row with their daughters Malia and Sasha.


President Obama’s Speech at Democratic National Convention

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# 1

Thank you, Mr. President. In your own words, “Nation building here at home … we leave no one behind.” You never said it was going to be easy, and I never expected it to be. The choice is very clear.

# 2

Glad I’m finally old enough to vote, so I can choose any other name on the ballot besides Barack’s.

# 3

I and many others prefer to move “forward” with you than going backwards with the Republicans who clearly just do not get it.

# 4

I’m a woman. I prefer to make my own choices. I do not need some random party telling me how to manage my reproductive system.

# 5

Both conventions consisted of an overload of propaganda. Nonetheless, I like how Obama emphasized the importance of education.

# 6

Good job on the speech tonight. The speech was grounded in reason rather than baseless, illogical soundbites directed at so-called “stupid” people.

# 7
bahha black sheep @ 09/06/2012 at 11:41 pm

the fool speaks

# 8

Education is critical to advancing in any economy, especially a struggling one. Thanks for understanding the plight of many students who do not have rich parents. Higher education is already expensive for people who have money so imagine for the ones who do not.

# 9

I enjoyed his speech…I rather move forward…I watch my aunt suffer through cancer and with out health insurance it was very hard to watch her go through it and I’m glad he passed the health care bill. This nation neeeds to move forward…
Off topic his daughters are so stunning.

Don’t give up on the American people. Don’t give up on any groups. America is not where its at because of one person or one group;. it took a collective, diverse people from all walks of life. Thanks for acknowledging that Mr. President.

What a great way to end an outstanding convention! President Obama was on point, passion, and promise. Love it. He is the president of the United States and should be for the next four years. God bless the Obamas…=)

Thanks for mentioning the military. So many have lost their lives. Please do what we must to receive them well when they return home.

What I saw tonight was a sincere person, a defiant leader, a sincere speech. Nothing is ever easy in life, even the greatest of accomplishments come often by great trial and error.

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Same old , FORWARD— 2008
– I ask you tonight for your vote.” Other people give him hope, the Bible refers to hope, and if you hope like he hopes, you should vote for him. Because… hope!

Both candidates have their faults. But I’d rather vote for the one that doesn’t kill innocent children and civilians with drone attacks, sorry Barrack.

Romney is living in a different world if he thinks the difference between going to college for most depend upon whether they ask their parents to borrow or not borrow money. Out of touch.

I’ve used student loans because I needed it. I did not have a choice in the matter. I’ve been responsible and luckily employed to have paid most of it back already. I did not get a loan because I was lazy or “un-American.”

Then I hope that you come from money.
Because if Romney wins, he will gut the Pel Grant program, and the only way that you will be able to get the money to go to college is if you “borrow it from your parents”.

Good luck, Mr. President. Thank you for not forgetting people with alternative lifestyles, main street, the middle class, military, and students. Wall Street does not need any more breaks!

GM is Alive – Osama Bin Laden is Dead! Women have the right to decide for themselves when they want to start a family! Love who you love with Dignity and Protection whether straight or gay! Rape is rape and not up to congressmen to define! Americans are white, black, brown, yellow, red and worthy of opportunity. Keep taxes low for the middle class and have the millionaires pay their fair share! I can go on and on but the bottom line is that this election should be a no-brainer. OBAMA 2012!

OBAMA 2012! OBAMA 2012! OBAMA 2012!!!!!!!!!

I was motivated today because I am the change that Gandhi spoke of. You are the change. Vote for the leader that will enable you to draw your own path, a better path, an improved collective path for our nation and abroad. The choice is very, very clear.

By the way Romney, I’m not interested in going to war with Iran. Your abrasive, non-collaborative, no-compromise policies are insane. We have lost enough lives. Not every disagreement is worth fighting with weapons! Wars are not only expensive, but they are costly, a cost we can never pay back when lives are lost.

AMAZING speech!!! Obama/Biden all the way in 2012!

Obama’s speech was lamer than most everyone else’s I’d heard, he’s talking like he always does, and he’s been talking and yammering to Americans for years.

I hadn’t thought about that coming into the convention, but now I’m experiencing it. And it’s a bit weird. The Man turns out to be the most banal speaker of ‘em all. Heck, Fauxcahontas was more interesting…

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