Obama Rallies Vermont Crowd

President Obama gave a spirited speech before a crowd at the University of Vermont on Friday, lauding his administration's accomplishments after first praising the state's own politicians and giving it up for Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. The president took off his jacket and rolled up his sleeves before getting down to brass tacks. He boasted the benefits of the Affordable Care Act, the fact that "you don't have to hide who you love in order to serve the country you love," and that "for the first time in nine years there are no Americans fighting in Iraq," arguing, "That's what change is."