October 13, 2004

Round 3

As my computer is suffering from spyware invasion, I won't be able to blog about the debates; however, a few things I don't want to hear:

From Bush:"Wrong war, wrong place, wrong time."
From Kerry:"I said the wrong thing; the president did the wrong thing. Which is worse?"

Freshen up, boys and bring us something new and worthy of our time.

(Now driving home as quickly as the law permits to watch the debates and will attempt to get back tomorrow. Just know that not reading the summaries and thoughts floating around the 'sphere immediately following will be sorely disappointing to me. Sigh......tomorrow it is.)

Posted by Rae at October 13, 2004 06:57 PM | TrackBack

The president dominated last debate and I expected him to do the same again. He did well, but I've got to say my world was turned upside down tonight! I was just shocked to see a Democrat who didn't pander the anti-Christian, anti-religious, devil worshiping wing of the party! I have no doubt that those voodoo worshippers are going to fry for it! The man actually showed conviction and he seemed sincere. He talked about his faith and I connected with that message. I'm not sure if I could ever vote for a Democrat, but based on tonight I entered the undecided column.

Posted by: Jim Seitz at October 14, 2004 01:07 AM

Yes, the democrat quoted scripture...or should I say MISquoted scripture. Most likely his attempt was noticed by those who DON'T read the bible but claim to be "christian" or "religious". I am sure it was comforting to some, but to me...IT MAKES ME EVEN MORE CRAZY THAT THE MAN HAS EVEN MADE IT THIS FAR!

Does anyone ever REALLY challenge what that man says? UGH!

Posted by: Susan L. Prince at October 16, 2004 09:11 AM

In every Presidential election I've ever seen, the color blue has been used to designate states where the incumbent is leading, and the color red has been used to designate states where the challenger is leading.

Why has this system been abandoned this year?

My opinion: the mainstream media will use any device, no matter how petty, to help the Democrat candidate. I'm sure we'll see more of this.

Posted by: nikita demosthenes at October 16, 2004 09:17 AM
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