Just in case you missed every thrilling moment of last night's Republican National Convention, our partners at MSNBC bring you video of all the major speakers.
While Joe Lieberman was the last to speak, I thought I'd put him up first. (The rest will be in order of their speeches.) After all, if this asshole is willing to betray his own party, we should prominently display his stupidity, right?
But hey, he sunk Al Gore's campaign. Maybe he'll do the same for McCain...
First up, we had Laura Bush giving conventioneers some "straight talk." Now if she'd only do that to her husband!
George W. Bush spoke next via satellite. After all, the GOP sure as hell didn't want him setting foot inside the arena. They found a convenient excuse in Hurricane Gustav which was terribly ironic since it was BushCo that screwed up the response to Hurricane Katrina. Can anyone say, "Please don't remind the average voter how incompetent we can be?"
When Fred Thompson took the podium, I have to admit thinking, "If this dumbass had been this engaging and animated, he might have won the nomination." Apparently someone took him out of cryogenics in time for the convention; after all his campaign looked like Fry's work ethic from Futurama...
My favorite part was watching Chris Matthew's panel wonder what Palin's pick as VP says of McCain's judgment. Is there more than a small handful of people willing to defend McCain's non-vetting? Doesn't seem so.
So what's your take on the RNC so far? Other than the controversial pick of Sarah Palin as VP, has anything else caught your attention?