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Posted on Nov 5, 2008

John McCain was dignified and gracious in the face of overwhelming defeat Tuesday night. Barack Obama embraced his moment in history with yet another incredible speech. It brought tears to Jesse Jackson’s eyes and to countless others around the country.

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By cindy, November 5, 2008 at 2:50 pm Link to this comment
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His speech brought tears to my eyes too.  The problem is that history gives us many great orators- some of whom were not nice people once in power.  Think about it.  What’s behind that silver forked tounge?

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By Andrew, November 5, 2008 at 11:27 am Link to this comment
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Not sure what the point would be in “standing behind the world’s largest podium.” Did the writer mean “lectern,” perhaps?

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