Monday, August 30, 2004
Did you watch his speech? He has to run in '08. He was funny, he was serious, he was the man of the night. He had that crowd wrapped around his finger. The joke he made about "Baby Face" Edwards needing two Americas for Candidate Waffles' double positions on the issues had me rolling. He stole the show. It kind of makes me sort of wish Kerry wins in November just so that Guliani can kick his ass in 2008. Almost. If he does decide to run, he's already earned my vote. To read his speech, head over to Blogs For Bush.

There were some other great moments tonight. When the woman from Iraq come up and gave a speech, that was great. She talked about what it was like living under Saddam. Watching him murder her friends and family. But the three woman who lost loved ones on 9/11 was very powerful. I'm not a crier, but I almost lost it when they were speaking about their brothers and husbands who died that day. H.W. coming in to the convention to Van Halen's Jump was great. The singing of the military songs medley was nice. However, John McCain was a disappointment. He was bland and dry. Reminded me of his good buddy, John Kerry. The only good thing to happen during McCain's speech was Michael Moore being booed. And I missed it. Damn. I want to see that. I hope Fox plays that again sometime, or if someone knows where I can download a video of it let me know. I've never watched a convention before, but this thing was great. If you're not watching it on C-Span, then you're missing it.

Going back to Guliani. He even got John Kerry around of applause. He said "I respect him for his service to our nation" and the hatefilled Republicans had the nerve to applaud that. Do you think the Dems would give Bush a round of applause for anything? I don't either.
The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing