When is a first strike not a first strike?
When it's Anticipatory Retaliation.

September 02, 2004

Liveblogging the RNC - Miller

Bravo Romeo Delta

Contemporaneous reactions to Senator Zell Miller's speech.

Zell Miller.


Damn he's good. Slow start, but dear lord I'd vote for him in a heartbeat. The line about being mad that, as a Marine, our troops are slandered as occupiers.

The double broadside on security to Ted Kennedy and John Kerry stole my idea for a good campaign ad.

Son of a bitch. He's got the numbers. He's got the stats to eviscerate him on security. The B-1, B-2, F-14A, F-14D, AH-64, F-15, Patriot Missile, AEGIS Cruisers, Trident Missiles, BMD. From Afghanistan, to DC on 9/11, Gulf War, Iraq, Libya.

He's crucifying him on defense.

20 weeks of campaign rhetoric delivering the image, 20 years of votes delivering the character of the US.

Kerry wants to let Paris decide our national defense, and outsource our defense.

Turned around the body armor talking point.

Yesterday's war v. tomorrow's challenges - good line.

Tagged the God point solidly and seriously. Especially the oblique reference to Clinton (being the same man on Saturday evening that he is on Sunday morning).

Man of good heart and a spine of tempered steel.

If the Democrats had the good sense to nominate him, the Republicans would be in some deep, deep trouble.

I may never see a more spectacular (career) suicide.

Launched by Bravo Romeo Delta at September 2, 2004 03:19 AM

Retaliatiory Launches

It was an incredibly inspiring speech that nailed Kerry's record to the wall for all to see.

It's just unfortunate that his own love/hate relationship with Kerry (where he endorses and then withdraws his endorsement) will be seen as his own flip/flop black pot calling the kettle black moment.

Let's just hope people now seriously look into Kerry's voting record and his attendance record (or his lack thereof) for Intelligence Committee meetings and discover The True Kerry.

Posted by: michele at September 2, 2004 06:43 PM

That brings up a fairly interesting implication of the 9/11 commission report that I hope to write about soon. Thanks for jogging my feeble array of semi-functional brain cells on that!

Posted by: Bravo Romeo Delta at September 2, 2004 08:20 PM

your welcome. I look forward to reading it.

Posted by: michele at September 3, 2004 01:52 AM

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