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Economic Summit Wednesday, 1 February 2006

Posted by R Garfield in Night, Views On News.

This past weekend, I watched portions of the World Economic Summit on CSPAN. The panel featured two of my favorite political figures: John McCain and Mark Warner. Besides the obvious Democratic-Republican figure differences, both men did a very good job of putting a reasonable, considered, thoughtful face on American politics.

I am contrasting this, of course, with the image of a man whose wife said he tried to milk a male horse (I’m not entirely sure she was joking) and who is arguably the Most Mistaken Public Speaker in America. (You go, George)

Warner spoke strongly about the strides forward Virginia made in the past few years, and made the case for education as a key need for America’s future economic growth. Educational Revitalization is an area I support strongly.

By the time I switched off, I was more convinced than ever that Warner is man that can bring a touch of class back to the office of President.



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