posted on Sep, 7 2008 @ 10:47 PM
Originally posted by feydrautha
Originally posted by pteridine
I would choose a line but I don't know if any of them were actually hers. She said them but, don't forget , she has just spent a week being
"briefed" by party confidantes so that she wouldn't say anything that the dems could go after and she had a jazzy speech to read full of quotable
yes, not at all like barack or biden, eh?
so, you suppose those two simply 'winged it'?
how is careful preparation suddenly a sign of insincerity?
the campaigns are a very big deal and communication is no accident, it must be skillfully crafted, whether genuine or not.
the gop's communications were superb and the dem's speeches really can't compare, they're all available for anyone to freely review, look 'em up.
I didn't suggest any insincerity, I said that the "favorite lines" you are looking for were not hers. Many are gushing over Sarah and "her"
speech but the public does not know Sarah, only what she was told to read. As to the others, including Sen McCain, I believe that they had much more
input into their speeches than Sarah. Sarah is still a complete rookie who was thrust onto the national stage and barely had time to put lipstick on
her pit bull.
I would take issue with the concept that the GOP's communications were superb. That is your biased opinion. I found their communications to be much
like a cheer [Go Sarah, Fight Fight Fight] and their convention a total disappointment. Ron Paul was ignored and no real platform was proposed. I was
hoping for a strong GOP VP candidate, a coherent platform, and distance from Cowboy George so I could consider voting for Sen. McCain.