10:40 PM: "From Morning in America to Midnight in America."
An artful rebranding of FDR's immortal line.
(I thought Clinton started shaky but has quickly gotten her footing.)
(A more artful than I expected painting of the picture as Trump as potential strongman. Not the buzzwords, but sole power, leadership principle over democracy.)
11:01 PM: "I believe that our economy isn't working the way it should because our democracy isn't working the way it should."
(Going into this speech I didn't think Clinton needed to hit it out of the park. I thought she'd be unwise to try. That's not what people are looking for from her. I think she's giving just the speech she should. One thing I find notable is that I heard a lot of pundits say she would or would have to deal with the email issue - and in some fairly literal way. Perhaps something is still coming. But from a brief glance at her not being a natural politician, she hasn't touched it at all. It unapologetic, it's straightforward.)