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A Gracious Speech

McCain's speech was very generous and gracious, but there were a few boos.  One came when he mentioned Obama and Biden, but the other boos, if I heard correct, was when he referenced the type of campaign he ran.
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To be sure, Obama ran a better campaign.  But the decisive victory Obama scored tonight implies more was at play than just strategy and tactics. 

Clearly, John McCain could have run a perfect campaign, and it still wouldn't have been enough to overcome what he was up against...

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