Here’s what happens when you get a hug from the Vice-President.Posted: October 3, 2012
“The President and Vice President have gone above and beyond for people like me and my family, and they stand for things like keeping school affordable. My older brother uses Pell Grants and college loans to be able to afford school, and I’m thankful for that. I want to be able to go to Florida State University one day, and now I know I don’t have to worry about being able to afford it. Life would not be the way it is today if they hadn’t taken office four years ago.
The Vice President approached me and I was introduced to him as a ‘special guest.’ I was overwhelmed with different emotions. I had this impulse to hug him, so I did. And I cried. I think I even got tears on the Vice President’s suit jacket! I met someone who has done so much for my family without even knowing us, and that was an incredible, overwhelming feeling. I felt like he really heard me, like he knew who I was. I am hugging the man who will help me and help our President move forward.”
Joe rawks. You say different? Bring it.