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John McCain: The end of a long journey

John McCain’s concession speech is maybe his best speech so far. A graceful ending to a not so graceful campaign.

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John McCain & Barack Obama: Roast at Al Smith Dinner

At the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Dinner both John McCain and Barack Obama had the rare chance to make fun of each other openly.

McCain’s roast starts at 7:45, followed by Obama’s roast at 24:00.

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Thanks to CSpan Junkie.

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John McCain: Acceptance speech at the RNC

This is what CNN and New Yorker pundit Jeff Toobin said about John McCain’s acceptance speech at the RNC:

[…] I thought it was the worst speech by a nominee that I’ve heard since Jimmy Carter in 1980.

I thought it was disorganized, themeless, I thought it was very, very boring until the end when he started talking about his personal story, which is, of course, remarkable and always important to hear. I personally cannot remember a single policy proposal that he made because they had nothing connecting them. I found it shockingly bad.

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John McCain & Sarah Palin: Introduction of the VP candidate

For the fairness, here is the introduction of Sarah Palin as running mate of John McCain.

The speech of Sarah Palin starts in the middle of part 2.

Part 1

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Jean Sara Rohe

21-year-old student Jean Sara Rohe has been celebrated as a heroine for her speech at the New School graduation ceremony, where Sen. McCain was invited to the keynote address.

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A transcript (and an edited version of the speech) in the description.

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