VIDEO: The things Obama likes to say in just about every speech, in 76 seconds

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Beltway Confidential,Opinion,Barack Obama,Washington Free Beacon,Justin Green

President Obama, like most verbose politicians, is prone to a verbal tic or two.

Whether it's saying hello to the audience, telling the audience he loves them back, ordering people to have a seat, emphasizing building roads and bridges, talking about growing the economy not from the "top down" but the "middle-out" or imploring people "don't boo, vote," the 44th president has it down to a science.

Fortunately for you, the busy viewer, the Washington Free Beacon distilled the typical Obama speech down to a lively 76 seconds.


Bonus reading: Andrew Ferguson's Weekly Standard essay that includes a recollection of the time Ted Cruz launched into a car-ride stump speech that left Ferguson contemplating the damage leaping from the vehicle would inflict on his vertebrae.

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