Tuesday, October 14, 2008

You Had Me At Hero

Arguably the greatest sign I have seen during this entire election. It reads "You had me at hero" and is a touching reminder of the throngs of compassionate conservatives who will be voting based on the issues and character.

NBC and CNN would have the public believe McCain's support is merely comprised of narrow-minded, racist individuals who label Barack Obama as a Muslim. Obviously this could not be further from the truth.

We are now seeing the Maverick's return to brighter, more optimistic and uplifting rhetoric as opposed to the sharp but necessary attacks last week.

It was important for the public to reexamine issues that have followed Obama his entire life and indicate a clear tendency towards radicalism and corruption.

But now the American electorate longs to hear the impassioned straight-talk that originally endeared so many to McCain's campaign. We are witnessing McCain return to his roots, the very same tactic that won him elections when everyone had counted him out.

Wednesday night we will behold McCain's transition back to a sanguine disposition with hints of Reaganesque optimism peppered into his remarks.

Obama's attempts at painting his opponent as morose and impulsive will surely backfire with the newly found tone of McCain's campaign.

We are 21 days away from the big day; a lifetime in politics.

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