Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Renewed Live Debate Blogging Tonight

We've been pretty busy here at TRS but tonight we return with live debate blogging during Round Two of the McCain/Obama debate series.
Bring your friends, make your comments and put yourself and your opinions into the mix.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let's see - both sides will try to spin the crap out of their respective candidates performance. McCain could pee his pants and Hannity will claim victory. Obama could vomit on stage and Begala would say it proves he is an ordinary guy. These debates are more beauty pagent than actual debate.

Steve Deace said...

First question out of the gate on the economy...Obama works in a Great Depression reference and links Bush to McCain.

Goes to his playbook right away. Good for him, he needed to be aggressive and not wait for McCain to go after him.

This is a great populist answer by Obama. May be bad policy, but it's a great populist answer.

Steve Deace said...

Good move by McCain to go the energy card right away...but he needed to say that Obama and his party have opposed the energy policies he and the American people.

Tough to make the argument about debt-load, Senator, when you voted for a bill that tacks on even more debt. And now McCain is arguing for even bigger government? Huh? This is first answer? To go bigger government than Obama?

Not a good start for McCain.

The Real Sporer said...

As long as they sell off the loans within a small window of time that would probably be a good EMERGENCY measure.

Yo yo yo, we've got a new story going re: the debate. Check out the home page and hit the new story-its got graphic aids.

Anonymous said...

Sen. Obama thinks that the Federal government can fire AIG Execs for having a party. They may be dumb, but when did the Feds get the authority to hire and fire private CEOs? Sounds like Stalin economics.

I've been a Democratic all my life, but no more.

Steve Deace said...

And now McCain calls the bailout a rescue. Good night. This is his big attack night? So far he looks like what he's always looked like as a Senator, a self-righteous guy who always knows better then his party platform so he has the right to lecture us.

McCain is speaking at the audience, not to them. Okay, wait...now he links Obama to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. That's more like it, but you can tell McCain is too pious to sustain the attack, so it looks like a guerrilla sneak attack.

And now Obama speaks gently and in detail in what's in it for the voter. Totally bogus answer, but the delivery is more presidential.

The Real Sporer said...

I totally agree about sustaining the attack.

Walk the walk BHO, when Republicans tried to regulate Frannie and Freddy the Dems stepped in and stopped the oversight in its tracks.

What could be a better argument?

The Real Sporer said...

I totally agree about sustaining the attack.

Walk the walk BHO, when Republicans tried to regulate Frannie and Freddy the Dems stepped in and stopped the oversight in its tracks.

What could be a better argument?

KansasSam said...

Ted,

I have an invitation to an exciting Ohio event coming up soon that I'd like to get to you. Would you please email me at ken at samadamsalliance.org so I might get that invitation to you ASAP? I'm trying to contact several bloggers in this fashion. Please reference your blog name when you respond so I know for sure which bloggers I am in touch with.

Thanks,

Ken

KansasSam said...

Ted,

Sorry, brain fade ... it's an Iowa event.

Ken

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