The first lady made roughly the same stump speech of recent weeks, chronicling the acomplishments of her husband's first term, from the auto industry rescue to health care reform, ending the war in Iraq and the killing of Osama bin Laden. In a roughly 26-minute speech to a crowd of about 450, she also appealed to women voters, highlighting her husband's signing of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.
"That’s the first thing your president did," she said. "He did this because he knows what it means when women aren’t treated fairly in the workplace."
Referencing the struggles of the president's grandmother against men climbing the corporate ladder faster despite not being more qualified, she said, "...believe me, for Barack, this issue is not an abstraction."
Tune in next week when Barack walks on water and then turns that water into wine.
Just believe... and be saved.