The Democratic National Convention on Thursday kicked off its finale night with an introduction video highlighting president Obama's accomplishments and some of the most "viral" moments of his first four years in office.
The video showed some early Obama 2008 campaign footage and drew cheers from the audience. Then, an image of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin appeared and drew mass boos and jeers from the audience.
The clip played, showing the former vice-presidential candidate making some often replayed remarks from the '08 campaign acceptance speech:
"I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a community organizer, except that you have actual responsibilities," Palin, the former mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, said in the clip.
The video continued, showing an often mocked instance of Obama swatting a fly in an interview with CNBC. Obama, proud of himself, says to the camera, "That was pretty impressive, wasn't it?"
The last video seemed slightly ill advised and even a little offensive, especially if there were young children in the audience. The clip was of the now infamous "BFD" moment. This clip featured Vice President Joe Biden leaning over to the president upon the passage of the Affordable Care Act and saying, "This is a big fu**ing deal." The words were audible, but the actual expletive was loudly bleeped.