Tuesday, August 26, 2008

The Governors Speak

Governor of Ohio Ted Strickland had some great lines and received good response from the crowd. He emphasized jobs.

Deval Patrick, Governor of Massachusetts, got a enthusiastic response from the Mississippi delegation - and the rest of the delegates. His theme was education. He's good!

Now we have Brian Schweitzer, who ran for Governor of Montana with a Republican Lt Governor on a theme of bipartisanship - and it has apparently worked there. He got the crowd involved. I liked this quote: "The most important barrel of oil is the one you don't use." And also "You can't drill your way to energy independence even if you drill in all the back yards of McCain's homes - even the ones he doesn't know he has." He acted like he was just talking to the crowd - and they liked it. He's definitely the best speaker so far. He thrilled our delegation when he mentioned Mississippi - brought them to their feet.

Hillary's up next, so I'm packing up the computer so I can pay attention. I'll write about the speech tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

yes same old woman, you are a republican and no one wants to hear you act like you like the dem

Anonymous said...

nothing changes with you casey stay in denver they might need you