Well, That Was Nice

I am not going to comment on it because you all watched it. Just bask.

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3 responses to “Well, That Was Nice

  1. polisciafterparty

    I felt he could have appealed slightly more to the middle, but all in all I give it an A.

    -The Conzz

  2. polisciafterparty

    The teeth came out a bit. He attacked McCain more than he ahd been, and thats a good thing. I also loved the “we cannot meet 21st century challenges with a 20th century bureaucracy” line. All in all, I give it an A.

    -trader

  3. polisciafterparty

    “The truth is, on issue after issue that would make a difference in your lives – on health care and education and the economy – Senator McCain has been anything but independent. He said that our economy has made “great progress” under this President. He said that the fundamentals of the economy are strong. And when one of his chief advisors – the man who wrote his economic plan – was talking about the anxiety Americans are feeling, he said that we were just suffering from a “mental recession,” and that we’ve become, and I quote, “a nation of whiners.”

    A nation of whiners? Tell that to the proud auto workers at a Michigan plant who, after they found out it was closing, kept showing up every day and working as hard as ever, because they knew there were people who counted on the brakes that they made. Tell that to the military families who shoulder their burdens silently as they watch their loved ones leave for their third or fourth or fifth tour of duty. These are not whiners. They work hard and give back and keep going without complaint. These are the Americans that I know.

    Now, I don’t believe that Senator McCain doesn’t care what’s going on in the lives of Americans. I just think he doesn’t know. Why else would he define middle-class as someone making under five million dollars a year? How else could he propose hundreds of billions in tax breaks for big corporations and oil companies but not one penny of tax relief to more than one hundred million Americans? How else could he offer a health care plan that would actually tax people’s benefits, or an education plan that would do nothing to help families pay for college, or a plan that would privatize Social Security and gamble your retirement?

    It’s not because John McCain doesn’t care. It’s because John McCain doesn’t get it.”

    McCain, consider yourself served.

    – Legal Eagle

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