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Live Online from St. Paul This Thursday

The following guests will be taking reader questions in live online chats from the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn., today:

Erick Ericksen, managing editor of conservative group blog RedState, will be online at noon to discuss Republicans' online efforts during the 2008 election and his work at the convention. Click here to submit questions or read the discussion.

Post columnist Dana Milbank, who serves as the capital's foremost critic of political theater in his Washington Sketch columns, will be online at 1 p.m. to take your questions and comments about the things Republicans have said this week -- and the absurd ways they have found to say them. Click here to submit questions or read the discussion.

Nashville talk radio host Phil Valentine will be online at 2 p.m. to discusses his new book, "The Conservative's Handbook: Defining the Right Position on Issues from A to Z," and the Republican Party Platform. Click here to submit questions or read the discussion.

Leslie Sanchez, author of "Los Republicanos," will be online at 4 p.m. to explain what Republicans are doing to try and attract Hispanic voters.

By Web Politics Editor  |  September 4, 2008; 11:18 AM ET
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Comments

Conservative Independent voting for McCain...

I been a conservative for over 65 years. I been to War and I am a veteran. For the past 8 years, I have seen how this country has fought back against terrorism. I know that welfare is not the most important thing during war. Nonetheless, McCain's version of the GI Bill would have provided MORE benefits to those who stayed longer in the service than Webb's version.

I watched the Democratic Convention, and now the Republican Convention. Didn't change my mind at all

GO MCCAIN-PALIN!!!

JakeD

Posted by: JakeD | September 4, 2008 3:12 PM | Report abuse

Conservative Republican voting for Obama...

I been a conservative for over 35 years. I been to War and I am a veteran. For the past 8 years, I have seen how this country has deteriorated. Yet, because of my principles, I voted for Bush twice, believing that he will do something for us Veterans. Eight years later, the conditions are worse. On the other hand, I have seen how Democrats have fought towards obtaining greater benefits for soldiers like me.

I watched the Democratic Convention, and now the Republican Convention. For the first time in my life I am voting for a Democrat. Because the same speeches 8 years ago, are the same. All about emotion, values, and media blame and nothing about what they are going to do to solve our current crisis.

I am voting for action, not just more of the same straight talk... Straight talk, should be honesty and with firm convictions and a plan towards our current state. I yet to see or hear a plan for everyone. All I have heard is how the business will be ok, the rich will be ok, but what about the rest 96% of the population.

Robert

Posted by: Robert | September 4, 2008 2:02 PM | Report abuse

Gov. Sarah Palin was a hit last night... 3 points stands out today....

1. Lipstick is the difference between a pit bull and hockey moms....

2. The hauling away of the styrofoam greek columns after big rhetoric speeches leaves undeniable image of non-serious and celebrity-like 3 ring Dem convention circus......

3. Her issues have more credibility due to her working and middle class background experience compared to opponents' empty words with elitist and wealthy lifestyles...

Here's ANOTHER Democrat voting for McCain/Palin 08'!!!!

Posted by: Anonymous | September 4, 2008 1:37 PM | Report abuse

Gov. Sarah Palin was a hit last night... 3 points stands out today....

1. Lipstick is the difference between a pit bull and hockey moms....

2. The hauling away of the styrofoam greek columns after big rhetoric speeches leaves undeniable image of 3 ring Dem convention circus......

3. Her issues have more credibility due to her working and middle class background experience compared to opponents' empty words that do not match their elitist and wealthy lifestyles...

Here's ANOTHER Democrat voting for McCain/Palin 08'!!!!

Posted by: Anonymous | September 4, 2008 1:16 PM | Report abuse

Who cares about the WaPo? They are in the tank for Obama!

Posted by: JakeD | September 4, 2008 11:36 AM | Report abuse

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