President Obama's State Of The Union Wink Just Made Millions Of Americans' Hearts Melt

US President Barack Obama delivers the State of the Union address at the US Capitol in Washington on January 28, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Larry DOWNING/Pool (Photo credit should read LARRY DOWNING/AFP/Getty Images)
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President Obama's 2015 State of the Union is going strong, but the best thing Obama had to say, or do, happened within the opening five minutes of his speech. And let me tell you, it's uniting people on both sides of the political spectrum. President Obama just winked at the crowd, melting millions of Americans' hearts across the nation. The simple, organic (we hope) gesture was a nice pause in the middle of an otherwise jam-packed 45-minute speech about, well, the state of our union.

After talking about plummeting gas prices, better health care, higher high school graduation rates, and sensible regulations, Obama uttered this line: "This is good news people." AND THEN HE WINKED. (Please hold, my heart is re-melting.)

Our charismatic leader does have quite the eye for the dramatic. And, sorry, but I just love it. It's the memorable moments like this one that people talk about for ages.

Now that we can relive this moment for an infinity amount of Vine loops, I suggest we all get back to listening what the President has to say. The President supports paid sick leave for all employees, equal pay, a raise for America's hardest working employees, and even free community college tuition.

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Also, anyone else getting flashbacks to Vice President Biden during the 2014 State of the Union?

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