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Point Well Made

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McCain makes a good point:

"If we'd done what the Democrats wanted to do six months ago, Al Queda would be telling the world: "we beat America".
John McCain doesn't get enough credit for the surge.  This message is profound and is a compelling reason to vote Republican in '08.

Update:  McCain's answer to the question about the Vice President was very good.  He was able to seamlessly segue into his real message -- that he has the most foreign policy experience -- and thus, wouldn't need to rely on a VP to the same degree Bush did.

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