A swagged out version of President Barack Obama took the stage at Chicago’s McCormick Place early Wednesday morning, and delivered the most sweeping and aspirational speech of his entire 2012 campaign.
“I know that political campaigns can sometimes seem small, even silly,” Obama said. “But if you ever get a chance to talk to folks who turn out our rallies or show up on a rope line at a high school gym…you’ll find something different.”
“An operation of 300 million can be noisy and messy and complicated,” he said. “And when we go through a tough time, that necessarily stirs up passions and controversy.”
“These arguments we have are a mark of our liberty,” he continued. “Despite all of our differences, most of us share a vision of our nation’s future.”
Via Business Insider