Watching from home, I can’t disagree more with the idea that McCain’s speech “was overall pretty flat and dull.” To the contrary, it was the best speech McCain has given since launching his candidacy. He rose to the occasion as never before, and for the first time I got the sense why he’s running for — and why he is determined to become — President. In the wake of Sarah Palin’s triumph Wednesday night, McCain not only surpassed expectations but delivered his own walk-off grand slam.
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