These are Barack Obama’s closing remarks in Philadelphia. He reminds us what we believe in, what we value, who we are.

Nobody does it better.

He is eloquent, down to earth, moving.

Contrast his talk with Trump’s gutter language, his sneering, his insults, his fake patriotism, and his arrogance. Be reminded of what matters most in this election: civility, decency, honesty, which Obama refers to as old-fashioned values, the values we grew up with.

Whose values will prevail?

It’s up to us.

(If you want to read more about this speech, go to Tony Wilson’s site, Speakola.)