THE AMERICAN JOURNAL

Obama’s Speeches Become a Weak Point

By Michael Gerson

WASHINGTON POST– Along with President Obama’s declining public standing has come a declining rhetorical reputation. There is, of course, a relationship between the two. Even Ronald Reagan seemed a less-than-great communicator after the 1981-82 recession, with his job approval in the 30s. And few would be criticizing Obama’s speeches if unemployment now stood at 6 percent. Success is the best eloquence

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