Presidential Debate 2: The Town Hall

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  1. Art Smith | Oct 7, 2008 at 9:44 pm | Reply

    Overall a good, tame, even handed debate. Nothing dramatically new. Who wins is really a matter of your political position in my opinion.

    For the uncommitted, it’s becoming for some a matter of form… CBS interviewed a few uncommitted voters, one of whom said he is now committed to Obama because he felt Obama presented himself well.
    Couric pressed the question of how the group took the comment that McCain made about the 2005 bill that provided extra money for oil companies, and the fact that Obama voted for it and he voted against it. The group seemed to feel the way the comment was present by McCain was disrespectful. At Couric’s prompting, that is.
    Have a good night!

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