"Mac is Back," John McCain's supporters chanted after he noted that the winner of the South Carolina Primary has been the eventual Republican nominee for the past 28 years.
McCain launched into an attack on "heavy-handed government." We believe government should only do those things we cannot do individually, then get out of the way," so industrious people can do what they have always done. "Build a greater American than they inherited."
"We are the captains of our fate. We can overcome any challenges as long as we keep our courage." He said Americans need to fight for free markets and low taxes.
"Thank you, South Carolina," he said, concluding his speech. "Thank you for your trust. I will not let you down, so help me God. Good night and God bless you, as you have blessed me."
McCain knocked this one out of the park.