Obama said: “It is hard to believe that it was eight years ago I came here as a candidate for this office. And I had no gray hair. (Laughter.) I said that we could create opportunity not just for those at the top, but for everybody who was willing to work hard, so that they could afford health care, and college, and retirement, and give their kids a better life. What Sarah Palin called ‘that hopey-changey stuff.’
He continued:“Well, tonight, I’m back here as President to say thank you. Thank you for your support, thank you for your friendship, thank you for your tireless efforts to deliver on that promise. Because for all the places that we’ve fallen short, and for all the work that remains to be done, I am back here tonight more optimistic about the future of America than I have ever been.”
In conclusion, Obama stated “And why not? Together, we fought our way back from the worst recession in 80 years. We turned around an economic freefall, we helped lift our auto industry to set new records, our businesses create more than 15 million new jobs. Together, we declared health care is not a privilege for a few, but a right for everybody. And we have secured health insurance for another 20 million Americans, including 4 million Hispanic Americans.”
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