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Mrs. Ransom wants him to go with her to hear the speeches this evening -- the _speeches_, you understand?
The reason he doesn't do well in speeches is because it's not from the heart and you can plainly see he lies continuously and then gets stumped.
I do certainly think that much of the animation in some of the speeches is the general animation of the Nation, and that if they were spoken to an audience they would be felt.
It seems the most the cable networks will ever show of his speeches is about 3-5 minutes whereas they will show Palin's 17th rendition of the same speech for like 10 minutes sgwhiteinfla
Nothing could be more ragged than these utterances which they called speeches; so patched, and darned; and yet, somehow or other -- though dull and heavy as all which seemed to inspire them -- they had a kind of force.
You found all kinds of quotes in speeches made by O (implicitly) condemning the Insurance industry, but, well, at the end of the day the one feature in HCR that would actually rationalize health care delivery by removing parasitic intermediaries, was opposed by the parasitic insurance industry; and O heard and dutifully followed!
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But across the country, Pelosi was vilified as a dangerous liberal, on television and in speeches - by Republicans, sure, but also by some moderate Democrats who for purposes of their own survival ran away from her.
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HOUSTON, TEXAS — Today Bill White called on Governor Rick Perry to stop using false statistics and to stop misleading the public about border crime in speeches and on websites.
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Obama's reading of his speeches from the teleprompter?
The reason the filibuster no longer requires actual speeches is supposedly because it prevent the Senate from getting anything done.
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