So far Mccain the aggressor, Obama a little fumbly...
I hereby resolve myself to the following: If I hear one more damn politician say "Wall Street" and "Main Street" in the same sentence I'm going to puke on the spot. Everybody's saying it, "the government helps those on Wall Street but you're not doing so good on Main Street." I no longer care if it is even a legitimate point (which it isn't)–I just don't want to hear it. It's populist nonsense that should be outlawed by an activist supreme court, somehow.
Obviously Obama is a superior speaker, but I think McCain is coming across as much more knowledgeable. If McCain could come across just a tad bit more human he'd be flying.
McCain is being loud and clear and incredibly consistent: Obama is a rookie with terrible judgment. Obama is very subdued and, in same ways, underlining Mccain's point by not being as knowledgeable. I'm curious as to why Obama is not being more aggressive, don't you want to win?
***NEWS FLASH!*** I think I'm the first one to break this news, but you'll be hearing all about it soon: Obama is throwing spitballs at McCain when Obama is off camera. You may have noticed McCain getting agitated a few times, it's because they're hitting him in the leg and throwing off his rhythm. As the camera pans from Obama to McCain you can see Obama duck over to make the throw, watch closely and you'll see. I just have to say that, Republican or Democrat, I think we can all agree that this is a cheap thing to do. Mr Obama, sir, please clean up your act.
My wife and I are having a disagreement: She doesn't like how "mean" McCain is being. I'm sorry honey but this is just further proof of what I'm always trying to tell you: you're not cut out for a future in politics. McCain is simply pointing to the facts, and if that hurts then so be it. Babe, if you run for governor or mayor or even city council, I just fear that you will not be able to take the heat.