05.09.2012 [Politico] - CHARLOTTE, N.C. – First lady Michelle Obama set out to do for Democrats Tuesday exactly what Republicans wanted Ann Romney to do: humanize her husband, making him more appealing and accessible to voters whose connection has wavered.
05.09.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - Michelle Obama's emotional speech on the opening night of the Democratic convention gave the assembled just what they wanted: a reason to fall in love with Barack Obama all over again, nearly four years into a presidency that has left him a little
05.09.2012 [USA TODAY] - CHARLOTTE -- There's a new speech-maker being heralded at the White House and her name is Michelle Obama. "I might be a bit biased, but I thought @MichelleObama knocked it out of the park at the convention last night," tweeted President Obama, in a
05.09.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - With her husband and daughters watching from the White House, first lady Michelle Obama described President Barack Obama as sympathetic toward struggling Americans. She made her speech at Tuesday's Democratic National Convention in Charlotte
07.09.2012 [NBCNews.com] - DNC speech breakdown: Michelle Obama and Julian Castro. The New York Times political reporter Nick Confessore, Washington Post's Ruth Marcus and NBC Political Director Chuck Todd discuss the top speeches from day one of the DNC and the change
07.09.2012 [NBCNews.com] - Actress calls Michelle Obama's speech 'breathtaking'. Tennessee Democratic delegate and actress Ashley Judd shares her impressions of the DNC and talks about her activism efforts. Share This: facebook · twitter · googleplus. Related videos; Transcript
05.09.2012 [NBCNews.com] - MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell joins fellow host Martin Bashir to discuss why First Lady Michelle Obama's definition of “success” made her speech so more successful than Ann Romney's – and then the dig into a new report about Paul Ryan's support for an
07.09.2012 [ABC News] - Michelle Obama's Speech Quietly Attacks Mitt Romney. First lady never mentions husband's rival by name at Democratic Convention. 09/05/2012. Related Links: Watch: Michelle Obama at DNC: 'How Hard You Work' More Important Than Income · WATCH
06.09.2012 [Huffington Post] - ... Credit: AYESHA WALKER/Youth Radio. First Lady Michelle Obama takes center stage at the DNC. By Denise Tejada. The day after Michelle Obama addressed the Democratic Convention, Youth Radio surveyed young people about the impact of her words.
06.09.2012 [Examiner.com] - In her speech at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night, Michelle Obama proved to the country what a passionate, loving, intelligent, and conscientious woman she is. She showed the nation that she not only cares deeply for her family, but
05.09.2012 [CNN] - On Tuesday night in Charlotte, North Carolina, Michelle Obama gave one of the finest speeches ever delivered at a national political convention. More important, it could have more impact on the immediate future of the country than her husband's
05.09.2012 [CNN (blog)] - (CNN) - First lady Michelle Obama walked onto the stage of the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night fully aware of the task at hand. It was her job to paint her husband - the president - as a family man and as a leader with a vision for the
05.09.2012 [WND.com] - michelle-obama-dnc-speech-600. PALM BEACH, Fla. – Radio host Rush Limbaugh has one particular word when it comes to Tuesday night's address by first lady Michelle Obama: “Bullsh–!” Limbaugh was watching Mrs. Obama's speech with his own wife
05.09.2012 [Baltimore Sun] - The night was capped by a rousing speech from First Lady Michelle Obama who urged voters to give President Barack Obama another four years to fix the country. “Barack knows the American Dream because he's lived it,” Obama said, “and he wants
05.09.2012 [Global Grind] - Michelle Obama amazed the nation when she delivered a powerful and moving speech at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night. Michelle rocked the mic, highlighting President Obama's character, values and the fact that he can relate to the