I just watched live footage of John McCain speaking in Virginia. He had the best “energy” I have seen from him since, well, since New Hampshire in 2000. I don’t know exactly what it was, but his tone, his body language, whatever it was, was terrific. He even seemed likable — and not just a little likable, but a lot likable. That’s tough for me to say, since I have been so angry at him ever since he attacked Chris Cox that I have barely been able to bear the sight of him. But this was the John McCain today who was a fun, almost irresistable candidate in New Hampshire in 2000 — or, even better, like the McCain who traveled all over the country in 1996 working his heart out for Bob Dole against Bill Clinton, charming people everywhere he went. This was a man who deserves to win the presidency. Oh, and his message was pretty darn good, too. 🙂
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