Monday, July 26, 2004

Comments on the 1st Night of The Convention

Hey, Mr. & Mrs. Chicagoland,

Leave your comments here. Who'd you like? What speech or comments did you remember? How was the coverage -- was it fair and balanced? Were you with other people? What did they think?



Blogger leo said...

Personally I've been listening to NPR. I might be growing sensitive in my old age but the banter by the NPR presenters truly sucks. Just because you're on Public Radio doesn't mean you have to run through every baseless Republican talking point in the book. Five bucks when Clinton comes on that the mention Monica.



9:19 PM  
Blogger KathyKarsten said...

Just like old times...Bill Clinton had 'em in the palm of his hand. Way to go Bubba!

10:19 PM  
Blogger leo said...

Yeah, he's great. People now talk about his carisme but when he was starting out he was about as wooden as they get.

When the NPR people go into how stiff Kerry is -- how Kerry better lose that stiffness or the election's over -- I think, whoa wait a minute who's he running against? Cicero? Elvis?

Personally, my favorite was John Lewis.

10:33 PM  
Blogger Marty P said...

Bill Clinton is the man! His speech was honestly one of the best, if not the best that I've ever heard. I love the way he used himself to criticize Bush's tax cuts and pointed out their opportunity cost on many other worthy initiatives, such as education. Too much to say...I'll leave it there.

Clinton Democrat for life!

Martin Arteaga
Latino Vote

9:52 AM  
Blogger Daniel said...

Bill Clinton was incredible! I don't think there will be another masterful speaker like him for another generation.

7:27 AM  

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