Just made the most coherent argument for Barack Obama of the convention so far. He avoided a lot of the sloganeering from earlier speeches, and reviewing the text of the speech, it looks like he managed to make the case against Republicans and in favor of Obama without using the word “change” a single time. He didn’t go overboard by trying to argue that McCain was the same as President Bush — he made a more limited case that McCain was in line with the administration “on the two great questions of this election” — before launching into an attack on Bush’s unpopular economic and foreign policies.
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