I skipped the fluff but did watch some of the speeches.
Ron Silver: Focused and well spoken. I didn't know who he was but I thought he was very direct. It was like a cool drink of water.
John McCain: A good mix of very, very serious issues with a nice blend of humor. He sure has some passion in him that's for sure. He spoke to the camera rather than just to the crowd. He reached across party lines (as usual... no wonder why Kerry wanted him to be his running mate). He made a point to focus on that we are Americans first and political enemies second. That, and you can hate the message but not the messanger.
Rudy: What can I say? Sure he is dynamic speaker (duh!). He did a good job of bringing it all together. It made it all so personal. New York was his city; love him or hate him. A strong man.
Yeah, there was lots of 9/11. Was that right? Was it wrong? All I know was that it happend. It was real. We were attacked.
Yes, I can see the politics in all of this. But I do believe that John McCain and Rudy Giuliani are men of strong, decent character.
I listening to a little of it on the radio as I was driving to and fro bass lessons but that's it. I don't know who was talking but it was around 5:40-6:00 then around 7:10 to around 7:30 I was listening too
edit: wow I just remembered, I was listening to another talk show guy on the radio at 5. :bonk: