Friday, September 7, 2012

Views from outside the bubble

One of Andrew Sullivan's readers weighs in on President Obama's speech: "I wish that the pundits would watch these speeches with ordinary people. Last night I watched the speech with a gathering of about 50 people, from junior-high age to seniors. Everyone loved the speech. The most important thing for me from his speech was that he was challenging us to be grown ups and offering a vision of a people who are united and proud of the contributions they make to each other." Another writes: "Obama is self-aware and sane compared to so many of the twisted souls in politics. Why does so much of the country fail to recognize how fortunate we are to have this guy leading us?"

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