Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Step up, stand up. "Country First"

Go ahead. This is meant to be played while you read the post.
Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode

What a great night at the Republican Convention! I picked up the convention in progress because I didn't get home until after 9ish from the hockey rink (yah baby! It starts.) Here is a real quick rundown for you leftists that may have missed 'cuz you were watching Desperate Housewives, the boxed set. Hey you libs - Watch the rest of it. That's an order. I watched your looney tune clowns last week. Now it's time for the adults convention.

First Lady Laura Bush displayed her usual style and grace when introducing President Bush. I'm guessing here, but I'm willing to bet she has always been proud of her country.

"Dubya" addressed the crowd via satellite stating unequivocally that John McCain is “ready to lead." The Great President Bush took off the gloves with this line, “If the Hanoi Hilton could not break John McCain’s resolve to do what is best for his country, you can be sure the angry left never will.”


Then the stage screen played a video tribute of the greatest president of our time (or ANY time), President Ronald Reagan.

This was followed up by Fred Thompson's kick a$$ speech! Just go read the whole thing. Now.

Rare political courage was put on display by Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman's endorsement. (As an aside, he sounds just like Willie Tanner from ALF).

And then their was the audience. I assume everyone tuned in could hear that one guy in the background screaming "Yeah... yeah... Yeah". He sounded like a drunken sailor in dire need of medical attention. Aside from him, this crowd was a breath of fresh air after having suffered through a large congregation of liberals. I mean, no mosh pits! The visible pony tails were on the ladies and the mustaches were worn by the men.

Most importantly, the helium was kept in the balloons.

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