Which one looked and sounded like a President?
In just a few short months, the Republican Party will arrive in St. Paul with a very different agenda. They will come here to nominate John McCain, a man who has served this country heroically. I honor that service, and I respect his many accomplishments, even if he chooses to deny mine.
Note that Obama’s text, inclulding the gracious shout-out to Clinton, was on the Web an hour before she spoke. He offered an olive branch, and she rudely slapped it aside. That should finally answer the question whether she would make a good running-mate.
McCain’s habit of giving himself a self-congratulatory smile every time he completes a sentence without stumbling or gets off what he thinks is a nifty zinger at his opponent gets more and more creepy the more he repeats it. And that evil chuckle after the broad hint about how his goombahs are going to swift-boat Obama could have come from a horror movie.