Bill Clinton has to be one of President Obama's best defenders. He's been on roll when it comes to backing the President ever since he delivered an amazingly orchestrated speech highlighting the wins of the Obama administration last week at the Democratic National Convention.
Yesterday Bill took his support a step further, firing shots at Republican obstructionistswhile campaigning on behalf of Obama in Florida.
As reported by Buzz Feed, Clinton ranted about Republicans in front of an audience of 2,300 at Florida International University.
"Look around the world today — no country making on creating a society where people share the future — not a single one got there with a militant, bitter, anti-government strategy."
The masterful orator also provided a rebuttal for Republican attacks against the Affordable Care Act, the stimulus package and the deficit.
"The Republican case against the president is we left him a mess, he didn’t fix it all, fire him and put us back in. [Obama's] case is, well I stopped the slide into a depression, I laid the foundation for a long road to recovery and we’ve begun it, and we’ve got the building blocks of a modern, new, different economy."
Once again Clinton's 40-minute folksy speech brilliantly laid out Obama's goals and achievements in a manner that only Bubba can deliver.
SOURCE: Buzz Feed