GWB's nomination acceptance speech is going really well, so far. I dig his early emphasis on simplifying the tax code—he stopped far short of saying "fair tax" or flat tax, which are risky words—but I can still dig it.
What I really dig, though, is the way he put the emphasis on pumping up American workers as opposed to American companies. He focussed on funding initiatives to help Americans be more successfully competitive with workers in other countries, as opposed to funding bureaucrats who write embargoes.
If the government has to spend money, I'd rather it be on initiatives to push Americans forward, rather than restricting others.
(Dude, and he got jokes now, too. On Kerry's platform involving tax increases: "And that's the kind of promise a politician tends to keep.")