Lesson Learned': Ex-Dem Davis Electrifies RNC

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Former Rep. Artur Davis (D-AL), the man who gave one of the nomination speeches for President Barack Obama before becoming a Republican and moving to Virginia, spoke tonight at the Republican National Committee, where he electrified the crowd with a spectacular attack on the presidency of Barack Obama. His central appeal was to independents and Democrats, whom he implored to reconsider their support of the failed president.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/08/28/Artur-Davis-electrifies-RNC
     
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    I thought it was the best speech of the night (besides Ann Romney).

    He spoke (as a black man) directly to his fellow black voters who look upon obama as their "god" speaking directly into the camera, pointing out the failures and broken promises of obama! He was very articulate, pointed, and full of energy! Wonderful speech! :thumbs:


    Hopefully this election will be based on merit and not race.
     
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    It was the best speech of the night although there wasn't much competition. He spoke with emotion, enthusiasm, and zeal. In fact, it almost had the tone of a sermon.

    Ann Romney's speech was emotional at times, but marred by her continual giggling.
     
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    I knew he'd be good when I heard him interviewed on a podcast.

    His voice surprised I am an Alabama boy and recognised the Alabama accent, but never would have guessed him to be a black Alabamian by his accent.

    Sharp fella - glad he is from my home state.
     

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