Pink Fire Pointer President Obama Tears up Talking to Staff

President Obama Tears up Talking to Staff

A moment in time which you can feel

You don't get to see this much of a man who is President. A private moment that releases feelings is a sign of truth in what a man believes. You know something I believe our President has changed along with all that is going on. This is a tough job, a hard job, with much ridicule and objection. So to have a short clip of a man who runs the country where you can see and feel his heart, well those moments are few and far between.  

This is our President, you are only human Sir like the rest of us, thanks for showing it.  Maybe things will change, we just need to keep the pressure on to what is causing so many malfunctions across the board.  This country was once a tribe and from that we all love something that will never change.  While all of us on this planet have our differences this is one thing that remains,  you love something.  I believe for society that we as a people are still evolving,  for which will be more feelings as being humane for each other.  This is the most important change we need and most complex for it is one another.  

Starts with me, starts with you, were going to have to help if you want a better tomorrow. 

President Barack Obama's visit Wednesday to his campaign headquarters in Chicago shows the newly re-elected commander in chief becoming emotional while heralding the hard work of his young staffers.

"I am absolutely confident that all of you are going to do amazing things in your lives," Obama says in the video, which was posted on his campaign's official You Tube page Thursday.

In his brief speech to the young crowd, Obama drew parallels to the work his team had just finished and the community organizing post he took up when he first moved to the Windy City at 25, saying his campaign team was "so much better than I was" at accomplishing their goals.

Toward the end of his five-minute long remarks, Obama got choked up telling the crowd of campaign staffers how proud he was of their hard work.

"Even before last night's results, I felt that the work I had done in running for office had come full circle. Because what you guys have done means that the work I am doing is important. And I'm really proud of that. I'm really proud of you," Obama said, wiping away tears.

The show of emotion from the president -- rare for Obama -- was met with loud applause.

"What you guys have accomplished will go in the annals of history," Obama said.

Video uploaded by U Tube user MrSelamat0