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Old 10-02-2008, 09:29 PM   #61
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She's avoiding the question!

Get at her Joe!!!!!!!!!
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Old 10-02-2008, 09:32 PM   #62
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Wow, her environmental plan is that we conserve energy? I wish someone would have thought about that before.
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Old 10-02-2008, 09:35 PM   #63
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Senator Obiden?
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Old 10-02-2008, 09:36 PM   #64
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You guys are so partisan it's laughable. My friend, who is working for Obama in New York just emailed me and said Palin won the first 15 min and Biden is winning the second 15 min. At least he's not so partisan (even though he is) to laugh off everything she says. I'm listening on the computer (unable to watch unfortunately) and she sounds surprisingly astute compared to the t.v. interviews. It's kinda weird isn't it???
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She's avoiding the question!

Get at her Joe!!!!!!!!!
She's avoiding every question. Funny she says nuclear just like Bush.....not a good sign.
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thid is a good question
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Old 10-02-2008, 09:38 PM   #67
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in other words:

i have some gay friends
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You guys are so partisan it's laughable. My friend, who is working for Obama in New York just emailed me and said Palin won the first 15 min and Biden is winning the second 15 min. At least he's not so partisan (even though he is) to laugh off everything she says. I'm listening on the computer (unable to watch unfortunately) and she sounds surprisingly astute compared to the t.v. interviews. It's kinda weird isn't it???
On another forum I browse, they're more or less calling it evens. Let's face it, we knew all along that the thread on FYM would be a 'Ohmigods, Palin's failin' shitefest.
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You guys are so partisan it's laughable. My friend, who is working for Obama in New York just emailed me and said Palin won the first 15 min and Biden is winning the second 15 min. At least he's not so partisan (even though he is) to laugh off everything she says. I'm listening on the computer (unable to watch unfortunately) and she sounds surprisingly astute compared to the t.v. interviews. It's kinda weird isn't it???
Agreed. They're both doing a good job...I think this debate is actually better than the obama/mccain debate last friday
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You guys are so partisan it's laughable. My friend, who is working for Obama in New York just emailed me and said Palin won the first 15 min and Biden is winning the second 15 min. At least he's not so partisan (even though he is) to laugh off everything she says. I'm listening on the computer (unable to watch unfortunately) and she sounds surprisingly astute compared to the t.v. interviews. It's kinda weird isn't it???
If you take expectation into play, she's winning.

Thats coming from a left leaning independent
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Old 10-02-2008, 09:41 PM   #71
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I think most people hear what they want to hear in these debates.
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Agreed. They're both doing a good job...I think this debate is actually better than the obama/mccain debate last friday
It's probably being watched by millions more people as well.
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Old 10-02-2008, 09:42 PM   #74
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You guys are so partisan it's laughable.
Really? I have to say that I am in complete 100% in disagreement with Obama and Biden with their opposition to gay marriage. I have no defense or will make no excuse to Biden's response to the specific gay marriage question.
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I'm about 15 minutes behind live, so this may be a little delayed...

She's coming across pretty darn well overall. However, many of her answers are, surprise, surprise, lacking substance, and showing a lack of understanding.

On the subject of McCain's support of deregulation, she says "well when it comes to rules and regulations, you know it's well known that John McCain is a maverick, like when it comes to tobacco laws..."

1. That shows very poor listening comprehension. Deregulation is not "rules and regulations," Sarah.
2. It completely dodges the question. Completely. She offered no rebuttal to Biden's claims.
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