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McCain's Seven-State Sprint: Indianapolis

McCain is introducing his traveling party to the 1,500-person airport rally when this microphone, too, malfunctions. He repeats the joke about about the Democrats supplying the sound system.

That seems plausible, for the rally acoustics can't keep up with the airplanes roaring above on their way to land. McCain praises Gov. Mitch Daniels. A Northwest flight roars overhead. He extolls fiscal conservatism. Delta Airlines zooms past. He ridicules Harry Reid and Barney Frank. American Airlines whines its way to the tarmac. Offshore drilling and clean coal? Northwest Airlink and Southwest Airlines. Joe the Plumber? Another Northwest flight.

By Dana Milbank  | November 3, 2008; 4:06 PM ET
 
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