Moderator Bob Schieffer did the best job of all the monitors so far in attempting to make the candidates actually answer the questions.
What are you most afraid of? Not being prepared for another terrorist attack? (fear Obama!), or another 8 years of George Bush? (fear McCain!).
If Cheney says the sky is purple on Wednesday and green on Thursday, legions of talk-radio listeners will be happy to parrot their favorite propagandists to explain that he was somehow right on both days.
This scandal should show everyone that Palin did mean it when she said the Vice President’s office should have expanded powers. It should also show people exactly what she thinks of the rule of law.
Like a Filipino gamecock, Alaska’s female Robin Hood is striking a profound chord in the hearts of the “dittoheads,” as Rush Limbaugh’s faithful sheep describe themselves.
Buoyed up by the “young and plucky” governor from Alaska, “plucky” enough to hear death threats against her opponent and not bat her mascara, this campaign has entered into its most surreal phase yet.
After John McCain’s slightly scolding “responsibility” spiel, Obama stated bluntly that healthcare was a right.
Palin views her so-called relationship with a lesbian as providing her with permission to make homophobic commentary, as well as promote social injustice.
On health care policy, Biden made sure to bring up McCain’s proposal to tax employee health benefits to pay for his $5000 tax credit for insurance.
I ask all Americans to believe in the promise of the world’s support for Obama.