posted on Nov, 5 2008 @ 02:49 PM
reply to post by Karlhungis
I did think it was better but it's not like he had a hand in writing it. The McCain campaign probably brought in a whole team of writers to create
both an acceptance and concession speech. It's to be assumed expectations would be high considering the historic nature of his opponent, critics
would've eaten him alive if he screwed it up.
Still, his presentation leaves much to be desired; he's awkward and lacks confidence in his speaking like Bush.
I can't understand how nearly half of America was willing to go for the red team and hesitates even now to accept Obama... I'm Canadian, please, if
you don't like Obama, we'll take him... seriously it's no problem guys, we'll handle it.
You can have McCain and hell, even take Harper! I'm sure the both of them would love to spend time in eachothers monotoned, emotionless, stammering,
awkward company. Together they can debate the finer points of the Bush doctrine and patriot act.
Obama will be a great leader, consider yourselves lucky; the world is envious.