Posted by MK | Filed under Fridays Are For One Question
Last week, we saw Clint Eastwood speaking to an empty chair at the Republican National Convention.
Last night, we saw the President and Vice President address the Democratic National Convention.
I think I’ve had about enough national conventions for a while. But it did get me thinking.
Often, these political meetings are boiled down to a series of one-liners and sound bites played over and over again as a means of summarizing the main points of speeches and platforms. So let’s imagine this scenario today.
You are at the podium at a party convention. It’s your moment to address the room. You’ve got your speech prepared, and you know that there is one line – one zinger – that you want to be played over and over again. So here’s today’s question:
“What’s your one line? What’s your pivotal statement? What’s the main point of your address?”