Today on the show we’re talking about the Democratic National Convention, which Louis and Bryan were both able to attend last week in Philadelphia. Listen in as we talk about who was there representing the state of Georgia and what speeches we found to be the most fiery, touching, and inspiring.
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The Democrats didn’t simply embrace diversity this year, they celebrated diversity in all its forms.” – Bryan Long
- Who from Georgia spoke at the Democratic National Convention
- The significance of Rep. Park Cannon’s presence at the DNC
- The future of Democratic politics in Georgia
- How the dissent from the Bernie or Bust crowd felt
- Mayor Ted Terry’s impact in Philadelphia
- How Bill Clinton’s speech was received
- Why Barack Obama’s speech was electrifying
- Why Michelle Obama’s speech was the best of the convention
- How Tim Kaine introduced himself to America
- Khizr Khan’s powerful DNC speech
- The reaction to Hillary Clinton’s speech
[President Obama] was dealt one of the worst hands when he became President, and it’s so easy to forget the challenge that he had on day one.” – Bryan Long
She picked Tim [Kaine] for inauguration day, not election day.” – Bryan Long