The subject matter brings it down a few notches, in my opinion.
i no this isnt in the last decade but i had to say martin luther's speeches gave me goose pipples when i watched them in my history lessons the emotion from him is amazing although i watched the michael jackson thing on tv and there were some good speeches.
Its good, but all the man does is shout, and that brings it down.
Ah - I found his pauses quite strange, actually. Pauses in weird places.
"Michael never let the world.......turn him " etc.
Not saying he's a bad public speaker, though. Even if he is crediting Michael Jackson with a little too much, imo
Hitler was a good public speaker IMO. A complete w*nker, but his speeches were good.
Margaret Thatcher had her moments, and I was really impressed with David Cameron's impromptu speech - was that a Tory Conference? I can't remember.
He makes MJ sound like Jesus lmao.
My old history teacher used to bum Hitler's speeches. He even made us Nazi salute at the end of one of his lessons. I'm not even kidding.
Not the greatest, but Gordon Brown is actually a talented orator. His speeches in the UK are rubbish, but the one he gave to the US Congress was really quite impressive.
Hitler. Look at what he done with them. If thats not power through speech I dont know what is.