Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Michael Gerson better have something wonderful on tap.

I have not liked evangelical political speeches since Martin Luther King was killed. He did it well, and with authority.

Zell Miller's speech went over the top. The Republican Convention crossed the bounds. Foot-stomping partisanship is something I don't like.

Cheney was his quiet, grandfatherly self.

UPDATE: Miller's speech was good theater. But this story from the Washington Post lays out some facts that would refute some of his statements. (I repeated the pointer to this story up top.)

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