What Will He Say?
We will have a new president-elect tonight.
It's funny how, as the end nears, most of the noise and nonsense has simply slipped off the stage. The Palin Thing barely registers; McCain's spooky appearance on Saturday Night Live came and went.
And whether it's Sen. Obama or Sen. McCain, he will have finished the campaign aggressively, negatively. That's disappointing.
That's because we've been sold all along that this campaign is about two things above all: change and hope. Instead we're getting Cheney and Ayers. The late-run attack ads from both sides are the antithesis of change; and what's hopeful about a each candidate telling us to be afraid of the other?
John Kotter has published his proposed speech. One sentence stood out from his speech: "We can solve our current economic problems." That statement is filled with change and hope.
Read Kotter's proposed speech and then comment on what you'd like to hear the winner say tonight. The candidates time is done. It's finally, mercifully, the voters' chance to speak.
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