2012 Democratic National Convention. Barack Obama accepts his party's nomination for a second term as President. Obama recalls the first time he spoke at a Democratic Convention, saying that the speech was full of hope and change and that "eight years later, that hope has been tested." He shares a vision for America of opportunity and fairness. Obama balances his optimism with an acknowledgement that the country is facing tough times declaring, "we are moving forward." He sets goals for job creation, education, economic activity, and infrastructure improvement then recounts his administration's successes, especially the Affordable Care Act. Michelle Obama introduces her husband.