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How did you react to the debate last night?

Asked by gailcalled (54522points) September 27th, 2008

Do you think it and the ones to come serve a useful purpose? How?

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aidje's avatar

They serve the purpose of furthering the illusion that the American people are being given a choice. Or, in the case of some people, making it clear that we’re not really being given one. Seriously; the candidates aren’t that dissimilar. But the debates are supposed to further the illusion that there actually is a difference.

Snoopy's avatar

The debates are only going to make the difference to that narrow margin of people who are undecided. After listening to multiple news sources last night, it was apparently a “draw”. No major gaffs, no election swaying sighs or glancing at the watch.

38 days until election day. I am in a battleground state. I am already tired of listening to both sides. Ugh.

PupnTaco's avatar

Hopefully it showed people what a condescending prick McCain is. He wouldn’t even look at Obama. Gives you an idea of his management style.

deaddolly's avatar

i agree with everyone else. Mc Cain acted like a prick. I’m so sick of hearing about it…wish the election was next week.

JackAdams's avatar

After I re-played it on the Internet, I went into the bathroom and stared at deaddolly’s avatar, to make myself puke.

Just kidding!

deaddolly's avatar

jack, jack, jack jack….wish i could stay to play, but gotta go get some ink carved into my flesh…..Go watch your mman boobs bounce for awhile.
Careful, not to knock yourself out!

JackAdams's avatar

There were 6 spelling errors in the previous message.

sndfreQ's avatar

head is spinning from that imagery

…easy does it you two ;)

JackAdams's avatar

Party pooper…

zenetha's avatar

I feel bad for Obama…he is going to be blamed for the next depression when he becomes president.Its all part of the plan..

gailcalled's avatar

Apparently, (and I can’t find the quote, but it seems to be common knowledge), when Bush was asked how the gov’t is planning to pay for the $700 billion bail-out, he said that the next Pres. and Congress get to address that issue.

aidje's avatar

He’s also said that he thinks it will eventually pay for itself… just like he said about Iraq.

gailcalled's avatar

I dream of Genie, I guess. I wish I knew how to do the same double-entry bookkeeping with my income and outgo.

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