Michelle Obama can only see the good in her husband Barack Hussein Obama, as any wife should, of course. But on Tuesday the First Lady hopes to try and hoodwink the American people to see him that way too.
And that's because the wife of the president believes the stakes are really high in this election according to Businessweek.
High unemployment, high gas prices and a spiraling out of control economy, however, highlight the 2012 presidential election topics that make it look really bad for the current president in the White House.
Yet Barack Obama's wife plans to run from those topics on Tuesday in North Carolina and choose topics that hide his failures as commander-in-chief.
Wise move on her part, since she can't sell Americans on failures of the administration. And that's true despite her more favorable poll ratings, which are much better than her husbands Businessweek reported.
Thus the woman who sleeps with the leader of the free world plans, instead, to put to use the same tactic used by advertisers who have a hard sell ahead of them.
For example, if a car doesn't get great gas mileage than the manufacturer of it would be crazy to talk about gas mileage when promoting it. Instead, they would likely talk about the drawbacks of the competition's automobile product compared to theirs, or puff up about the benefits their vehicle offers--even if the competitor's vehicle offers the same benefits.
So Barack's wife hopes to do the same on Tuesday night. The female lawyer plans to avoid where her husband has failed at all costs, and, instead, point Americans to where Barack Hussein Obama hopes to gain success in the future rather than the "change we need" and didn't ever get.
But will Americans think it wise in such a downturned and problematic economy to give someone four more years to make things even worse?
Afterall, it would be a future that can't be justified by Barack Hussein Obama's recent four-year presidential past. And to that end Michelle Obama has her work cut out for her, which is why she's keeping mum on what she plans to say during her Democratic National Convention speech tonight.