Obama’s Speech at the Lincoln Memorial

Monday, January 19, 2009

President-elect Barack Obama has extraordinary oratory skills. What a startling contrast to the bumbling, stammering, incoherent, George Bush.

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6 Responses to Obama’s Speech at the Lincoln Memorial

  1. Nan Yun says:

    What a wonderful speech.

    Obama has the ability to seamlessly weave past and present together and remind Americans of what is good about us. We no longer need to hang our heads in shame when the subject of our nationality comes up.

  2. stradella says:

    I agree Nan.

    The brother can speak! How long it’s been since we had a president who can speak and not make me cringe?

    Dr. King would be proud.

  3. BradFrmPhnx says:

    Not only is he a good orator, but he actually has gray matter between his ears. A president who can speak and think at the same time. And with enough ego to drive him to get the job done. He wants a good legacy, and I don’t have any doubts, right now, with his ability to achieve that.

  4. what do you mean about the current (for another 22 hours and 24 minutes) president not being able to speak — he can speak – only it sounds martian, is completely worthless, generally makes no sense and when it does it is only about him.

    being that he is a complete sociopath – he probably thinks he speaks as well as obama

    and btw – would the fracking pundits stop saying this was a smooth transition — it wasnt.

  5. Aunt Peg says:

    John F. Kennedy was a brilliant speaker. I was a young woman when he was elected. I loved hearing him speak.

    Johnson and Nixon? Not so much. Ford put me to sleep and Reagan sounded like a confused fool. Poppy Bush was annoyingly smug. Bill Clinton was a good speaker but long winded.

    Obama has the ability to inspire. He’s really good.

  6. libhomo says:

    Obama has turned this inauguration into a hatefest by involving Rick Warren. I refuse to listen to any of it.

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