An amusing post on Talking Points Memo questions whether one of the images shown during Senator John McCain’s speech Thursday was put up mistakenly. I didn’t care for the revolving imagery shown behind the convention speakers in general–found it distracting, at least on my old 24-inch Sony TV. One of the images shown behind McCain showed a large building with arched windows. Turns out it was a picture of Walter Reed Middle School in North Hollywood, California. What is the significance of that particular building? I dunno. If anyone has any ideas on this, please let us know. TPM speculates that RNC producers meant to show a picture of Walter Reed Army Medical Center but got it mixed up.–David Schonauer
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