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Who Won the Debate?

September 26th, 2008 | by Steve O |

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  1. 17 Responses to “Who Won the Debate?”

  2. By Steve O on Sep 26, 2008 | Reply

    FAILED POLICIES JOHN. GAME OVER!!!!!

  3. By steve on Sep 26, 2008 | Reply

    Look… I believe Obama can be a good president but I don’t think he has it yet.

    McCain looked more Presidential and more experienced. He did sound like Grandpa telling a story sometime times and sometimes I thought he was going to trail off. But to me… partisanship aside, I think McCain is the better leader here.

    I am gonna go duck now while the rest of you throw shit at me.

  4. By steve on Sep 26, 2008 | Reply

    Failed policies of who?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5tZc8oH–o

  5. By steve on Sep 26, 2008 | Reply

    I mean… I didn’t see your prophet rise up and lead us to the promised land Steve O if that is what you are asking….

  6. By steve on Sep 26, 2008 | Reply

    Fox News… The white people supporting Obama in the audience discussed how articulate and clean he was. ROFL!!! Oh my God, that is so fucked up… Didn’t what’s his face say that?

  7. By Steve O on Sep 26, 2008 | Reply

    Steve I do not believe in false prophets. I believe in leaders. And I believe I posted earlier today on your housing bubble crap.

    McCain is a has been that should have won when Bush swift boated him and accused him of fathering a black child.

  8. By steve on Sep 26, 2008 | Reply

    Admit it McCain won… Obama lost…

  9. By Cranky Liberal on Sep 27, 2008 | Reply

    McCain looked like the smug condescending truth bending asshole he is. He looked liked the guy who called his wife cunt. His only answer on the economy is to lie about Obama and say tax cuts (which won’t offer a dime to my tax bracket). Well 78 years of tax cuts have gotten us where???

    8 years of a smirking asshole chimp are enough.

    HE EVEN CALLED HIMSELF A MAVERICK!!! You can’t call yourself a maverick. That’s like a virgin bragging about sex!

  10. By Cranky Liberal on Sep 27, 2008 | Reply

    And all the polls show Obama won or tied. Steve Women do not like McCain bitter body language and rudeness.

  11. By steve on Sep 27, 2008 | Reply

    “And all the polls show Obama won or tied.”

    Who says? Kos? Huffington Post? BIO?

    All the polls? All of them?

  12. By Chris Radulich on Sep 27, 2008 | Reply

    I watched a little over the first hour. It seemed to me that their was nothing new. I thought both held there own. I was a little surprised that Obama seem awkward at times when speaking.

    McCain looked more Presidential?

    I did not see anyone in a stove pipe hat and a beard.

  13. By Craig R. Harmon on Sep 27, 2008 | Reply

    I watched the whole thing. If I’m debate judge, I give the debate to Obama on points. I don’t think he overwhelmed McCain. I think McCain did well since I expected Obama to blow him out of the water but Obama was the better debater in my judgment.

    Doesn’t mean I think he’s the best man for president but I did think he won the debate.

  14. By Windspike on Sep 27, 2008 | Reply

    If you ask me, Obama was looking very presidential last night, but it was a draw, with a slight edge to Obama. Neither one of them took it to the hole and slam dunked it. Even so, I didn’t find McSame all that promising in terms of his solutions for what ails us.

    The upside - the Mississippi Governor - a republican - had nothing but good things to say about Obama. See my post from not moments ago.

  15. By Lisa on Sep 28, 2008 | Reply

    WS you loved Jimmy Carter and he used to dress like a peanut farmer,(not so presidential)
    Playing a role and looking the part,reciting your lines does not a president make.
    You find one republican who said good things about Obama and that ends the conversation?
    Being you are beholden to statements from unlikely sources I am going to say what an African American Woman from a focus group
    said that Obama sounded like he was doing a power point presentation.
    McCain comes off as smug to some not because he thinks he’s above it all it’s because he knows what he is saying and is passionate about what he knows and doesn’t look like he’s searching for the words and has convictions.
    There are times when some people come off as smug not because they are but because they are passionate about what you believe. If you ask me I think Obama comes off more like he is aloof and above it all and being a college grad acting like he knows it all and no one else does.
    I don’t trust him and don’t think he is equipped to run this country. You can’t hope and dream a country to succeed. You have to be able to make decisions.
    Frankly I think most of what he is saying is to just win the election.
    Associations with ACORN?(why doesn’t Obam brag about the great things they have done),Rezko,William Ayers and Rev Wright,Penny Pritzker, is not and should not be a prerequisite for the presidency.

  16. By Chris Radulich on Sep 28, 2008 | Reply

    problem is everything McSame is positive about is wrong.

    Hugh deficits - more tax cuts hasn’t worked in twenty years but a miracle could happen.

    Winning the war in Iraq - except he has never said what winning was. His definition of losing is us leaving.

    Cut government spending - hasn’t happened in 200 years. Has been the rallying cry for at least the last 50. On top of that he focuses on the least important part of the budget from the stand point of cutting - pork 1% or less of the budget. Once again he is relying on miracles to happen..

  17. By steve on Sep 28, 2008 | Reply

    Thinking about this, this morning. McCain won on the experience of foreign policy, knowledge of the wars, knowledge of Russia, Iran and North Korea. But guess what… Nobody really cares. America hates Bush so bad… nobody cares about that shit. And we should care, especially if Obama truly doesn’t know shit about it.

  18. By Chris Radulich on Sep 28, 2008 | Reply

    McCain won on the experience of foreign policy, knowledge of the wars

    Won, the man is a disaster on both. Obvious learned nothing from Vietnam except how to say I was a prisoner of war.

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