Bill Clinton was the President for most my childhood. I didn't know much about politics, but I did like Bill Clinton. My father would always talk about how he made the economy better and he was a popular President. People understood that Clinton knew how to get the economy together, and what better time would it be to get advice from the former President.
Obama recently announced that Bill Clinton will speak at the Democratic National Convention. This is a very strategical move on the behalf of Obama in my opinion. The Democratic party will show unity that the Republican party can't display. The popularity and respect of Bill Clinton will strengthen voters support in Obama's policies for the economy.
Clinton seemed enthusiastic to speak on behalf of Obama. Clinton will begin by addressing that rebuilding the economy will start from the middle class. It seems like the ties between Obama and Clinton have strengthen and just in time for reelection.
Will this create more voters to side with Obama? I don't believe it will do any damage to his campaign. Citizens understand at the end of the day the vote will come down to who can fix the economy. America needs more jobs, families want to live comfortably, so you can never go wrong focusing on the economy. When it comes to advice, Clinton's the man to get it from. Let's see how this effects Obama's campaign.