Monthly Archives: August 2008

McCain Picks a Communicator to Tell the Story

In selecting his Vice Presidential running mate, John McCain found in Sarah Palin a running mate with impressive communication skills. Think about it, McCain made his decision as a result of just two meetings with Palin, a 45 minute introduction … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton Speech – DNC

Orange pant suit with matching orange blouse Bill Clinton mouthing “I love you.” 7:50 p.m. Proud supporter of BO The time is now to unite as a single party with a single purpose Pace slow, emphasizing everything “of a countree … Continue reading

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Historical Obama DNC Acceptance Speech Almost Perfect

Last night, on eve of the 45th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, more than 84,000 Democratic Party loyalists gathered at Invesco Field in Denver, CO along with an estimated television audience of more than … Continue reading

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Michelle Obama – DNC

21 minutes Said to have written on her own with a little finessing from Obama speech writers. Mid-Green, v-neck dress, great smile Spoke well – her father looking down on her on “every grace filled moment of my life” Each … Continue reading

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