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Originally posted by Electricneo
I applaud those who went to Canada-who know the truth-that's courage.
there's no courage in being a zombie puppet who merely follows orders.
Originally posted by Sonya610
He has the upper hand now and he will win. I don't like republicans but heck, compared to the alternative I am on board now. They did a good job.
One odd thing though, in the McCain film biography part they kept showing "average americans" and noticeably chose black americans to represent the minorities. Same thing with the cameras focusing on the crowd. Why? They need to appeal to the people that might actually VOTE for them, and that should have meant diversity being shown as hispanic and asian.
Originally posted by TruthWithin
reply to post by skeptic1
Thats what he has Palin for! The barracuda.
Originally posted by justamomma
haha! I noticed the same thing, although I also noticed quite a few hispanics being shown as well. Not so much the asian.
Originally posted by skeptic1
Am I mistaken or has McCain not bad-mouthed Obama even once? As I recall, the first 12+ minutes of Obama's speech were about McCain....
The only mention McCain has made about Obama and his supporters has been positive.
Maybe this speech will be about why we should vote for McCain and not why we shouldn't vote for Obama.
Originally posted by Bunch
The media is ripping McCain for the speech. Even some Fox News talking heads said that it wasn't that impressive, but they are comparing his speech to Gov. Palin speech which is I think is not fair. They are also bashing him because he dare to talk bad about the GOP, which the Barack camp quickly jump on.