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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

My debate observations

Basically, it settled to three questions:

1) How many Americans realize "timetables" was indeed the buzzword for withdrawal when Romney used it back in April?

2) How is it that no one took the time to crticize Arnold Schwarzenegger's idiotic "global warming" plans?

3) Will anyone really remember this amidst McCain's parade of endorsements and tomorrow's Dem debate?

Unless the answers are (1) few, (2) no one cares, and (3) yes, I don't see anything stopping McCain from winning the GOP nomination.  The again, I would say that.

Posted by D.J. McGuire on January 30, 2008 in International Politics | Permalink


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I was dismayed by the self of entitlement, pettiness and deceit (primarily about the "timetables" issue) displayed by McCain during the debate. Unfortunately, unless the Republican voters quickly realize he is unfit to be president and vote for Romney, I think McCain will be the next president and will continue America's relative economic decline, fail to reign in government spending and will accelerate the militarization of its foreign policy.

Posted by: Fred T. ward | 2008-01-31 7:04:06 AM

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