|I love it! You tell him, Mr. President!|
So what did this junkie think?
Michelle Obama is the epitome style and grace. Her speech brought me to tears. And it was just apolitical enough to be politically brilliant. She stole the show. And her dresses! And shoes! But in all seriousness, I know that we're better off because she has the President's ear. Clint Eastwood. I still have no clue what was going on. That was THE most bizarre political moment I have ever witnessed. And hopefully ever will. I love you, Bill Clinton. You used more math in your speech than I have heard since high school, but I appreciated it. Your speech went on and on forever -- but it was good. Imagine what it would have been like if he and Obama actually got along. I don't know what it is about him -- maybe I associate him with the feeling of safety of my childhood -- but I will continue to defend him as a president. Heck, I even liked Joe Biden. I won't lie, every time the guy opens his mouth I get nervous. But if the good Dr. Jill Biden sees something in him, I guess I'll give him the benefit of the doubt. Gabby Giffords showed so much courage and perseverance as she walked across the stage to lead the Pledge of Allegiance. It was wonderful to see her -- and I just know she'll make it back to the House some day soon! Mitt Romney does not know how to relate to ordinary people. Even when he tries to be spontaneous it seems scripted. And Paul Ryan, I have no words. Other than that I hope the only thing we have in common is completing the Washington Semester at American University. President Obama's speech reminded me more of a State of the Union address, but it was effective. He reminded me why I voted for him four years ago and renewed my faith in him as a man and a leader.
Wow, that's a lot of blogging for me. Brace yourself, I'm sure there will be plenty more where that came from before Election Day!
Happy Monday, y'all!