During part of the coverage tonight Campbell Brown reported that Denver police told her that the length of one line of people waiting to hear the Obama speech in a huge football stadium reached 6 miles.
John McCain is struggling to attract an audience to tomorrow's Vice President announcement at a venue a fraction of the size of the stadium.
It's not so much that Obama is a hard act to follow. McCain has just failed to capture the imagination of Americans.
Not to be too contrary, but I drove around the Invesco Center around 2pm and I did not see a 6 mile line of people anywhere. There were definitely a lot of people. I would suspect no more than when they play a game at the stadium. Of course, maybe the 6 mile line was at Coors Field waiting for buses, which I did not visit.ReplyDelete
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Yeah, I was in that line at 2 pm and it definitely wasn't that long. Later in the day, though, I heard it was. My friends who got there after 4 didn't get in until almost 7:30 - they can definitely back up the six mile claim.ReplyDelete