"Those Dems have really got him shook up."
After the speech, they interviewed several key senators/possible candidates for '08. They interviewed McCain, Edwards, and Obama. First up was Edwards, whom I kind of like. The only thing is he's dripping in so much southern sweetness, that at times, I feel a tad nauseus (and I'm from the south!!!). Granted, that's only a superficial thing, and as far as men go, he's top notch. Then was McCain. In the past I've loved McCain. He's been my top man for president because he always carried that aura of a rouge Republican. You kind of never knew what he'd say or do, and I like that in a man... someone who does what's right despite party lines. Lately, though, I feel like he's pandering to the religious right and the hyper-conservatives. He's not the same man that I pulled so hard for in 2000. Then... there was Obama.
He's so articulate, and had so many important things to say. I leaned in towards the TV and sighed, then whispered, "Can you please be my president?"