let's think of all the things that should be talking points.
1. McSame is out of touch (usually out of touch means either mega rich and/or sheltered from the world - like not knowing what a supermarket scanner is).
2. McSame is the same as the last president, Bush. (the past).
3. McCains answer to everything is something that happened 40 years ago
(stuck in the past).
While Warner's speech sucked, he did try to talk about the past versus the future.
And referring to McCain as stuck in the past also gently and subliminally rebuts the McCain POW card as something that happened in the past. By bringing up something in the past, it reinforces the memo.
maybe since McCain's detention affected his evolution of musical tastes (i.e. ABBA) it also explains why his views of women also stopped evolving in 1967.also check this out Prisoner of W (with a george bush W logo) and the embrace.
the easiest way Hillary could retire her debt is to rip into McCain/Bush and link them together.
Carville was on CNN and was a bit disappointed that they gave Bush/McCain a pass on the first night. I don't mind giving McCain/Bush a pass on the first night - afterall they couldn't have Michelle do the dirty work.
But Carville is right, if the convention does not link Bush=McCain and really go after McCain the rest of the convention it will be a loss. Does anyone think the GOP convention will not be negative from day one?
Carville said something interesting to paraphrase "john McCain wants to privatize social security so that people could have invested their life savings in subprime mortgages"....
I'm hearing that Warner will NOT go after McCain or Bush. That will be a mistake.
Carville gave that as an example of something they should pound McCain on.
I will give 10$ everytime Hillary says "Bush/McCain" together to link them.
And 10$ everytime she rips McCain..
Anyhow, I've always thought if Hillary wanted help retiring her debt she should rip into McCain. If she does I'll donate.
Watch Begala say the best way to unite the party is to emphasize the external threat Bush/McCain
Margaret Thatcher's daughter says she first realized that her mother was having memory problems when the former prime minister struggled to distinguish between the 1982 Falklands War and the conflict in Bosnia.
In an excerpt from her memoir, due to be published next month, Carol Thatcher charts her mother's decline _ and describes the day in 2000 that she first understood her mother was being robbed of her memory.
"I couldn't believe it," Carol said in a selection published by The Mail on Sunday. "She was in her 75th year, but I had always thought of her as ageless, timeless and 100 percent cast-iron damage-proof."
McCain confuses Sunni and Shiites.
Referes to Checkoslavakia which hasn't existed for 15 years.