'The Lesser of Two Evils in Voting' Persuasive





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Uploaded on Mar 1, 2010

Josh Craddock delivers his 2009 National Championship semifinal persuasive speech on "voting for the lesser of two evils." This speech also took first place at the Rocky Mountain Classic qualifier and the Gold Standard Regional Invitational.

Here's what the critics are saying...

"Gave Me Goosebumps! ... I had never looked at this topic like this." - J. K. from WA

"Eek. I'm so sorry I voted for McCain. Your speech was the best I've heard on the subject of the lesser of two evils." - T. N. in TX

"Now that is persuasive." - J. H. from CA

"I'm convinced." - D. B. in CO

"Everything you said went straight to the heart..." - N. E. from CO

"Please publish this somewhere before the next election!" - R. S. from CO

"AWESOME! When you announced your topic, I decided I'd give you a fair hearing but didn't expect you to change my mind. You certainly did which is by definition persuasive." - K. S. in SC

"I didn't get it. Not persuasive. Maybe choose a different topic?" - A. N. in SC

"A near flawless performance...A unique fresh perspective on the Christian's duty - more people need to hear this!" - B. L. from KS

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