Krauthammer On Michelle Obama’s Speech: “I Didn’t Buy a Line of It”
September 5, 2012
Charles Krauthammer said what most of us on the right were thinking about Michelle Obama’s overly saccharine speech, Tuesday night.
Video via Gateway Pundit:
Rich Lowery put it very succinctly at NRO’s, The Corner:
The first half of the speech could have been given by a conservative–all about the importance of personal responsibility and hard work–and the rest, about President Obama’s record, was inevitably more tendentious.
The Democrats’ key rhetorical trick is movingly evoking family and community, then saying we’re all in it together and therefore absolutely every government program is necessary and should be expanded.
Never forget El Rushbo’s maxim; “Democrats wake up every day and ask themselves, “how can we fool them, today?”
Via Sooper Mexican, here’s a word cloud of her speech:
The cultish emphasis on Obama was in all of the speeches, tonight, unlike the RNC speeches, which referred more to specific issues and…
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