What Might Have Been

September 1, 2008

Oh, the glittering array of speakers who would have brought the Republican message to the ears of an eager nation tonight, had it not been for that pesky hurricane:

President George W. Bush (nope, wouldn’t want him speaking the night a hurricane came by New Orleans).
Vice President Richard B. Cheney (ditto).

U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman (That industrial-size drum of piety grease will no doubt get rolled out on another night.)

Follow the link to see what other giant intellects would have appeared to proclaim McCain the new emperor in waiting. But don’t worry: press hacks are turning the hurricane coverage into a fresh opportunity to push for their boy.


3 Responses to “What Might Have Been”

  1. Audie Says:

    It will be interesting to see if Lieberman does show up and speak at the convention. He may be more than a little upset that the VP slot he’s been coveting has been given to a Buchanan supporter.

  2. CParis Says:

    Even Gustave turned out not the be the big drama McMaverick was hoping for. Oh well, back to SpringerFest at the RNC! I can’t wait for the Sarah vs. Cindy smackdown. Palin’s antics are ruining Cindy McCain’s last shot at First Lady.

  3. Bill Bowman Says:

    I predict Palin doesn’t make it past two more weeks as the VP candidate. I think the press smells blood with her preggy daughter, Troopergate and her support of and former membership in the Alaskan Indepence Party (which wants the state to secceed from the Union). I think we’re soon to see the reverse of the Clinton bimbo eruption.

    Then watch how McSpineless scrambles to find another running mate, and makes another poor choice. (Fred Thompson).

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