Former President Bill Clinton spoke, and when one says he spoke, it is meant to convey he spoke and spoke and spoke about his desire to ensure Mitt Romney never becomes president of the United States of America. He correctly presented a case that Barack Obama inherited a collapsing economy which was impossible to correct in a few months, let alone a few years. Clinton pointed out that Obama took over an economy that was losing 700,000 jobs a month. Sorry, Mitt, cutting taxes would not have shifted the 700,000 lost into a 700,000 gained column.
The Clinton story concerning what happened in 2009 and 2010 was clearly presented. Ironically, after four years, President Obama still has not been able to explain what Clinton did in an hour. The Clinton speech once again vividly offered a contrast in presidential styles, one speaks clearly, offers examples that anyone could grasp and ensures listeners understand about problems and solutions. On the other hand, Barack Obama will not lower his high standards of oratory in order to clarify for the ignorant masses what happened and what is needed. We witnessed not only a contrast in oratory, but a contrast in leadership.
It is common knowledge in Washington D.C. that Obama does not return phone calls to members of Congress, does not express thanks for those who help his presidency, and remains enclosed in a world of Chicago friends. He might spend some time with Bill Clinton and learn how to lead a nation!