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Old 09-04-2008, 09:32 PM   #421
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So tell me, Senator McCain, these pork barrel spending bills:

Would you veto a bill supported by your VP? (here's looking at you, Bridge to Nowhere)
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Old 09-04-2008, 09:32 PM   #422
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seems like he's taking the exact opposite tone of Palin last night and is trying to be the old white Obama.
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Old 09-04-2008, 09:33 PM   #423
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jaaaaakey used to work on the dooocks.
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Old 09-04-2008, 09:34 PM   #424
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It's rather smart actually. Palin can say all the outrageous accusations, while McCain is the nice guy who respects Obama and his accomplishments.
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This campaign is like a political version of "Sybil". How many personalities are they going to run through?
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seems like he's taking the exact opposite tone of Palin last night and is trying to be the old white Obama.
They've decided today that her meanness didn't play well to undecideds, so they needed to balance it out.
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The protester's shirt was related to abortion rights.
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Old 09-04-2008, 09:34 PM   #428
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sooooo .... any policy proposals? any?
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Old 09-04-2008, 09:35 PM   #429
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It's rather smart actually. Palin can say all the outrageous accusations, while McCain is the nice guy who respects Obama and his accomplishments.

it's just totally schizophrenic.

but i guess we all are in this ADD world?

"change is coming!" -- eh?

like, there's no coherency here. who means what?
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Those protesters are really classless to do it during the speech, in the arena. It's lame, disruptive and only hurts their cause.
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I'm really interested to see what McCain's votes were on these bills that he says Senator Obama voted for.
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He's certainly putting his own party under the microscope as much as the Democrats. Interesting.
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He's certainly putting his own party under the microscope as much as the Democrats. Interesting.
which is why if he only he had won the GOP nomination 8 years ago we'd be in such a better position today.
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Playing to the base now...
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well, we're getting the McCain that everyone used to love.

so now we see just what a gimmick Palin was. he gets to try to be himself, and she's a bone tossed to the rabid dogs of the base.

maybe it will work?

he's appealing to the independents tonight, at least so far.

gosh, this sounds like an Obama speech, only not as good.
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