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Super Speeches for a Super Tuesday

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Posted on Feb 6, 2008
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Perhaps because neither Obama, Clinton nor McCain won a crushing victory, the top candidates’ post-Super Tuesday speeches repeated earlier themes, though with renewed focus on each other. McCain’s breathy tribute to himself would be the exception.

Obama and his movement march on:

Clinton is still engaged in a national conversation:

 

Mac is back (but will he ever leave?):

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By odlid, February 6, 2008 at 7:42 pm Link to this comment
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At least John McCain is a connoisseur of fine foods. There was a block of lovely aged cheese behind McCain as he spoke at one event. Oh, wait now, that’s Joe Lieberman.  Sorry.

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By papeehara, February 6, 2008 at 10:56 am Link to this comment

SOMETIMES, AS DULL AS IT MAY SEEM COMPARED TO OBAMA HUSSEIN’S LOFTY SERMONS FROM “MOUNT OBAMALOT”, A LITTLE HUMILITY ANS SINCERITY CAN GO A LONG WAY AND DEEP INTO THE COMMON MAN’S PSYCHE. ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD!!! WITH THE GRATEFUL DEAD IN TOW, IS THERE GOING TO BE AN ACID DROPPING PSYCHEDELIC POT SMOKING “OBAMASTOCK”?????

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By Aegrus, February 6, 2008 at 7:59 am Link to this comment

Barack’s speech was good, but he could have done better. Hillary’s exit speech was one of the few I can qualify as remarkable on her behalf. Very stirring.

John McCain, my friends, is a Red Herring.

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