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September 27, 2008

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J

I'll give you full credit, because I only made it through one hour, before giving up and watching a DVD. I'll admit I was impressed that I didn't hear about Viet Nam in that hour. I was prepared to hear about it ad nauseum.

Mary Emken

I think I said this before some were. Neither emerged as obvious winner except perhaps to their partisans.
I think in the next debate you'll see a differance. My gut feeling is that they were feeling each other out. I too was expecting more out of both of them.

Summer Squirrel

I watched the whole thing and felt pretty much the same way everyone else did. Obama did great but could've done more and I wanted him to do more to dispel the lies of McCain. Next time will be different, I hope.

Vice-presidential debate will be the Democrats should win easily. {{Keeping fingers crossed}}

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