Re: nbc - Obama update post speech
On Mar 18, 11:49 am, Michael Schey <mscheynjSPAMBL...@xxxxxxxxx>
On Tue, 18 Mar 2008 08:45:32 -0700 (PDT), EStreetJoe
On Mar 18, 11:20 am, Charles Board
On 2008-03-18 11:12:24 -0400, rawbylaw <rawby...@xxxxxxx> said:
He sure is knocking tist one out of he park. This is incredible.
He did knock it out of the park. Tremendous speech. Even if you
support Hillary or McCain you have to be impressed with it.
Not only did he knock it out of the park, he did it in a very subtle,
calm, professional, and controlled manner. I want him to be our next
For those that missed it, here's the transcript:
- Re: Transcript of Gov. Palins speech
... I accept the call to help our nominee for president to serve and defend America. ... It was just a year ago when all the experts in Washington counted out our nominee because he refused to hedge his commitment to the security of the country he loves. ... They overlooked the caliber of the man himself - the determination, resolve, and sheer guts of Senator John McCain. ... To the families of special-needs children all across this country, I have a message: For years, you sought to make America a more welcoming place for your sons and daughters. ...
- This is Delicious: McCains VP Options
... vice president John Nance Garner famously declared, ... Since McCain will be 72 years old on election day (ages on that date ... should leap to mind: Clarence Thomas. ...
- Re: 6 things the Palin pick says about McCain
... The selection of a running mate is among the most consequential, ... We knew McCain is a politician who relishes improvisation, ... president dies or becomes incapacitated. ...
- With McSame now completely irrelevant, Crazy Sarah is the GOPs last hope
... Pitbull Palin Mauls McCain ... presidential debate was a turning point in the campaign. ... Past, poor old John McCain. ... She wants to be president, ...
- Re: Matt Damon, of all people, to the rescue.
... Obama WILL be the President. ... Palin MAY BE the President. ... His campaign has been receiving record contributions from members of our U.S. military serving overseas; according to federal campaign records released a few months ago he was beating McCain in terms of dollars donated by overseas military members, by a five to one margin. ... Iraq invasion. ...