If you're in Philadelphia on Monday, December 8, the National Constitution Center is hosting what promises to be a fascinating discussion about what Barack Obama should say to the nation on January 20. The panelists will include former speechwriters Mary Kate Cary (Bush 41) and Terry Edmonds (Clinton). Oh yeah, and I'm moderating (having written White House Ghosts: Presidents and Their Speechwriters and all).
The program is part of the center's "Address America" initiative, which invites people to suggest six words Obama should use in his inaugural address.
I'll check back in Tuesday with insights the panelists impart.