Despite questions about the country’s readiness for a black president, Barack Obama will win the race for the 2008 White House if he connects with Americans, his wife Michelle Obama told “Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts in her first major morning television interview.
“I think that the American people … are ready to have somebody that they can believe in and that they can connect to,” Obama said in an interview that begins Tuesday. “And I think that if Barack does what he’s supposed to do and this campaign is … run well, and he can be clear and articulate in his message, … he’ll be the next president of the United States and … we will be swearing him in in ’08.”
Did she really say that? Isn’t that almost exactly alike as Biden’s “Clean and Articulate” comment? Yep, just one letter off!
Sen. Joe Biden planned to spend Wednesday focusing on his official announcement that he was running for president, but the Delaware Democrat instead found himself defending remarks he made to the New York Observer about his Democratic opponents.
Does this mean his comment wasn’t really that bad if Obama’s wife said something very similar?