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And by almost all acnctous the first day was a waste? What are you talking about? I know Carville didn't like it because he wants them to attack McCain. I agree with him that we're need to spend a couple of days hammering at McCain as well, but the first night went off pretty well.Michelle Obama's speech went off without a hitch, and hopefully proved to some voters that she's not this militant black anti-American you guys are painting her to be.You're watching too much television news and not bothering to read enough online content.

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