McCain’s Kinder and Gentler (and Tighter Spending) America


Arizonan has to give the speech of his life — à la Bush 41 in 1988.

New York Times: As McCain accepts the nomination, he “stands at the pinnacle of a career defined by a singular ambivalence about his own ambition, and success.”

Washington Post: “McCain will seek to recast the Republican Party’s brand in his own maverick image, staking his claim to the presidency on a depiction of himself as a political renegade.”

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