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Presidential Debate

Ryan Battles Biden Laughs on Way to VP Debate Draw

October 12, 2012

Last night’s Vice Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan turned out to be an inkblot debate — when people with a political inclination watched it, they pretty much saw what they wanted to see:  Biden was strong and aggressive… or was he inappropriately arrogant and rude?  Ryan was articulate and competent… or was [...]

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Hilarious View of First Debate

October 6, 2012

Here’s what Wednesday’s first Presidential debate looked like to a digital anime company in Taiwan: Big Bird… ha!

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The 2012 Campaign is Starting!

November 12, 2010

The new Congress hasn’t even been sworn in yet, and already the news is full of stories on 2012.  Already, the first GOP Presidential Primary debate has been scheduled for spring of 2011, and polls are being taken to measure the relative strength of prospective candidates (Palin is polling surprisingly well in states like Maine [...]

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Final 2008 Presidential Debate Wrapup

October 16, 2008

Some random thoughts on the final Presidential Debate of 2008.  I am somewhat pumped for McCain and the rest of the campaign after last night’s debate.  McCain gave me, a Conservative, a reason to support him again, other than the fact that he’s not Obama.  I appear to not be alone on this.  People who [...]

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Third Presidential Debate

October 15, 2008

Tonight is the third and final Presidential Debate between Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama. LiveBlog of this event is here. LiveBlogging will start at approximately 8:45 PM, EST. We welcome all readers to contribute during the LiveBlog session by leaving comments.

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Third Presidential Debate Preview

October 15, 2008

Tonight is the Third and Final Presidential Debate between Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama.  The debate is in the traditional format similar to the first debate, with an emphasis on domestic policy, and will be moderated by Bob Schieffer of SeeBS News.    In spite of articles in the New York Times, LA Times, and [...]

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Town Hall Presidential Debate Wrapup

October 8, 2008

I’ve been thinking about much of what happened last night, and the state of the election, as well as reading others reactions.  Some random thoughts of mine, or other points of interest that I have read since the debate.  This was by far one of the most boring, pointless debates I have watched.  The town hall [...]

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Second Presidential Debate, 2008

October 7, 2008

Tonight is the second Presidential Debate between Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama.  LiveBlog of this event is here.  LiveBlogging will start at approximately 8:45 PM, EST. We welcome all readers to contribute during the LiveBlog session by leaving comments.

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Second Presidential Debate Preview

October 7, 2008

Tonight is the Second Presidential Debate between Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama.  The debate is in a town-hall format, where selected undecided voters will ask questions as determined by Drive-By Media anchor Tom Brokaw.  The Town Hall Debate format has been in existence at the presidential level since the 1992 election between President [...]

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Luntz Focus Group = Obama Wins

September 27, 2008

Frank Luntz’s focus group had a number of things to say last night after the first Presidential debate between McCain and Obama.  Here’s the video link. Most of the group of undecided voters generally liked what Obama had to say more than McCain.  I was put off by their focus on Obama’s style and empty [...]

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First Presidential Debate

September 26, 2008

Tonight is the first Presidential Debate, with a focus on foreign policy.  LiveBlog of this event is here. LiveBlogging will start at approximately 8:45 PM, EST. Feel free to contribute by leaving comments.  

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The Presidential Debate is On!

September 26, 2008

The First Presidential Debate is on tonight, after much indecision over whether it would occur or not.  It still remains to be seen what the topic of the debate will be, if it will be the pre-planned foreign policy discussion or whether the focus will instead turn to economic and domestic issues.  In a statement released, [...]

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