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November 2, 2010
Although my job as a speech writer does include the responsibility of ensuring the efficacy of the words, it does not include the speaker's ability to deliver them effectively. Although I advise that speeches are better received when the speaker isn't reading off of or referring to cards, only they can decide how best to proceed. Many of them do heed my advice and decide on memorization, agreeing with me that if the words are lodged in their brain, they will seem like they are part of them, that they have more of a "right" to their possession.

Continued 11/3