Best Quotes From RNC ’08

by Venomous Kate

Once again, our cable box kept rebooting throughout John McCain’s acceptance speech last night. I’d been willing to dismiss it as a rain-related problem during Palin’s speech, but two nights of interrupted viewing certainly has me wondering. Fortunately, we were able to watch everything live via the internet. And what a night it was, too!

Is it my imagination, or is this year’s convention the wittiest ever? Huckabee’s fantastic speech Wednesday night and Giuliani’s ripostes had us in stitches. (That “Sorry, Bah-rack” line was priceless.) Palin, of course, charmed me first with her personal candor and then with her ability to deliver lines that even I, the Venomous One, wish I’d written.

Even John McCain was more pithy and droll than he’s been, and considering that he’s known for his sense of humor, that’s saying a lot.

One of my favorites:

“I’m not running for president because I think I’m blessed with such personal greatness that history has anointed me to save our country in its hour of need.”

John Hawkins has put together a mighty fine list of the best quotes from the RNC. Check them out and let me know which is your favorite.

2 Comments to “Best Quotes From RNC ’08”

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  2. “My fellow citizens, the American presidency is not supposed to be a journey of personal discovery.” — Sarah Palin

    While it may turn out to be that for some (Harry Truman, anyone?) personal discovery should not, cannot be the reason for aspiring to the job.

    I’d be much more satisfied with Obama as a candidate if I’d not read his books.

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