I actually wanted to use a stronger word, but pathetic was what came to mind. <br><br>It was just horrible, and now my side is paying. If Kerry wins (shudder,) it will be his performance in the first debate that sealed the deal. <br><br>
The spinmeisters are working overtime and still calling Bush's performance "heartfelt" and "insightful", "clear and concise" and Hannity has just been praising Bush's masterful skills at how he stole Kerry's thunder. "Bemused" and "focused" were used to describe his twitchiness and puckering ... Bryan, I know he's your guy, so I greatly respect your honesty in calling it squarely.<br><br><br>
Well, despite my partisan leanings, there was just no way for me to sugar coat that. It was terrible. <br><br>Here's the hard truth:<br><br>Prior to that debate, Bush was cruising with 291 electoral votes...he was ahead pretty comfortably in Florida, meaning he could afford to lose Ohio, where he was still ahead.<br><br>As it stands now, if he loses both Florida and Ohio, he would be down to having to win Pennsylvania, plus another toss-up state. That assumes he wins the other states leaning his way. Too many ifs. <br><br>It's far from over, but now it's a tie with 31 days to go. <br><br><br>
Get off it Gary . . . You say pathetic, I don't see it that way. He performed poorly, as I've already said. Somehow this isn't "calling it squarely"? <br><br><blockquote>For Gary: The repulsive life-form performed horrendously on Thursday and should be vanquished to the depths of hell for now and through eternity.</blockquote><br><br>There G, we all "squared" up? <br><br>****************<br><br>[color:blue]VOTE</font color=blue>[color:red] for President George W. Bush on November 2, 2004</font color=red>
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I don't believe it, but it is good news for John Kerry. Considering he is weakest at national security (viewed by voters), that was a very important debate. Now, in the next two, he will be discussing things that are traditional strengths for Dems.<br><br>
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