Monday, August 25, 2008


She's not a gifted public speaker, but she got her points across.. faith, family, God, loves America, average woman, not a shrill monster. As Juan Williams said on Fox, it was also an historic moment from the perspective of minorities in this country, something not possible in any other country but America. And she touched on that.

But she avoided the proud comment. Saying she loves America really doesn't do it--she could love the country but still not be proud of it until Barack started bringing out the voters.

As to Obama, what's he doing in St. Loi, Kansas City hanging out with some family and not at the convention? A Secret Service thing, perhaps?


LASunsett said...

Claire Huxtable, she is not.

A.C. McCloud said...

True, but the Obama family unit is at least a good role model for America.

But we still don't know why she was only proud of this country she loves when her husband started bringing out voters.