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McCain decimates Obama

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  1. Paladin

    Paladin Well-Known Member

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    John McCain absolutely decimated Hussein Obama. Obama spent most of his time saying "I agree with John
    ",,along with a mountain of uh, uh, uhs. McCain won every aspect of this debate. Hussein Obama looked like what he is,,inexperienced, naive, and completely overwhelmed. Is this the best the demo's have to offer,,an exposed lightweight?????
     
  2. Dove Commander

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    I agree, but the ABC bunch commented how Barry acted "presidential". Let the "spin" begin!
     
  3. Paladin

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    I lean to the extreme right, but I didn't see anything presidential about the most liberal senator. He was completely out of his element, big time. The contrast between Hussein and John were monumental.
     
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    Of course the All Bama Channel ( ABC ) would say that. Why don't you watch a non bias network FOX NEWS. Get it "Fair and balance"
     
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    My television must be on the blink. I sure did not see McCain overpower Obama. In fact McCain seemed rather weak in his debating technique. No, they make it tough to vote for either.
     
  6. Paladin

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    Jim, the news today claimed that up-wards of 30% of viewers will use this debate as an important determining factor. There are many undecided voters,,many.
     
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    I agree with Pacemaker and Jim Miller, it was close. No outstanding candidate. However, Obammie, did show some weakness with his constant uh, uh ,uhs and the I agree with John McCain.
    I have been in public contact work for most of my 43 year work career, mostly in sales, and I have found IMHO that people that have to uh, uh, uh are usually trying to stall for time to think of some type of bullshit. Bulge
     
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    Obama was charasmatic and presented "himself" well.
    McCain started out not-so-good. Its not good when you keep repeating the same thing and not addressing the question. But he picked up steam about mid way and had Obama pretty ruffled which was pleasant to see :)
    I don't think either really devled into the issues that people really wanted to hear although Obama was clearly reaching out to lower income and blue collar Americans.
    I didn't care for every time Obama would bring up something against Bush he would tie McCain into it. It got old after the second time he said it and became obvious what he was doing.

    Obama = better speaker of his points.
    McCain = better leader of this country.
     
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    McCain - My record is established and I don't need any on the job training. I'm ready to lead now.

    Obama - um, um, I agree with Tom, no, I agree with John.

    Leadership is the key. Eloquence, heck we had that with the last demo they put in office and he ended up impeached!

    A DECISIVE victory for McCain.
     
  10. Dove Commander

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    When it came to world affairs, McCain kicked his butt. I thought Obama had to search for his responses. He also tried to hard to make McCain a second Bush.
     
  11. Paladin

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    John McCain absolutely decimated Hussein Obama. Obama spent most of his time saying "I agree with John
    ",,along with a mountain of uh, uh, uhs. McCain won every aspect of this debate. Hussein Obama looked like what he is,,inexperienced, naive, and completely overwhelmed. Is this the best the demo's have to offer,,an exposed lightweight?????
     
  12. Dove Commander

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    I agree, but the ABC bunch commented how Barry acted "presidential". Let the "spin" begin!
     
  13. Paladin

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    I lean to the extreme right, but I didn't see anything presidential about the most liberal senator. He was completely out of his element, big time. The contrast between Hussein and John were monumental.
     
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    Of course the All Bama Channel ( ABC ) would say that. Why don't you watch a non bias network FOX NEWS. Get it "Fair and balance"
     
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    My television must be on the blink. I sure did not see McCain overpower Obama. In fact McCain seemed rather weak in his debating technique. No, they make it tough to vote for either.
     
  16. Paladin

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    Jim, the news today claimed that up-wards of 30% of viewers will use this debate as an important determining factor. There are many undecided voters,,many.
     
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    I agree with Pacemaker and Jim Miller, it was close. No outstanding candidate. However, Obammie, did show some weakness with his constant uh, uh ,uhs and the I agree with John McCain.
    I have been in public contact work for most of my 43 year work career, mostly in sales, and I have found IMHO that people that have to uh, uh, uh are usually trying to stall for time to think of some type of bullshit. Bulge
     
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    Obama was charasmatic and presented "himself" well.
    McCain started out not-so-good. Its not good when you keep repeating the same thing and not addressing the question. But he picked up steam about mid way and had Obama pretty ruffled which was pleasant to see :)
    I don't think either really devled into the issues that people really wanted to hear although Obama was clearly reaching out to lower income and blue collar Americans.
    I didn't care for every time Obama would bring up something against Bush he would tie McCain into it. It got old after the second time he said it and became obvious what he was doing.

    Obama = better speaker of his points.
    McCain = better leader of this country.
     
  19. ffwildcat

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    McCain - My record is established and I don't need any on the job training. I'm ready to lead now.

    Obama - um, um, I agree with Tom, no, I agree with John.

    Leadership is the key. Eloquence, heck we had that with the last demo they put in office and he ended up impeached!

    A DECISIVE victory for McCain.
     
  20. Dove Commander

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    When it came to world affairs, McCain kicked his butt. I thought Obama had to search for his responses. He also tried to hard to make McCain a second Bush.
     
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