[color:blue]I LOVED that Obama brought it up last night. McCain couldn't even look at him.</font color=blue> Not sure what you were watching but McCain did indeed many times looked Obama in the eyes - you need to be aware who McCain was addressing the moderator or Obama and sometimes the audience same with Obama<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p><br>He's an unlicesed plumber, a republican yet unregistered voter, tax evader with his last recorded income of $40K. <p><hr></blockquote><p> In his interview he said he made a little less than 250K but he might soon be making more. He's made 40K and he will soon be making 250K?? The only republicans I know who are making 40K are in the fantasy land too. They will soon be rich so we need to make sure taxes are low for rich folk because they soon will be one. An odd kind of masochistic tendency going on there.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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>> you need to be aware who McCain was addressing the moderator or Obama and sometimes the audience same with Obama >><br><br>I was definitely aware, and the split screen view was pretty revealing. Every time it was McCain's turn to speak, Obama turned immediately to his left and looked directly at his opponent. McCain chose to roll his eyes, make exasperated faces and draw cartoons of Obama getting hit by a truck on his doodle pad... <br><br>Granted McCain has been a little better about addressing his opponent from the town hall debate until now, but his style of engagement still irritates me to some degree. Obama seems to possess the kind of listening skills and directness that makes me feel completely comfortable sending him into a room with the president of Iran, regardless of experience or 'preconditions'...<br><br>And I'm not saying that I'm basing my entire decision on physical appearance or mannerisms, in case that's where you're headed... <br><br><br><br>[color:red]Work With ____!</font color=red>
[color:blue]McCain chose to roll his eyes, make exasperated faces</font color=blue> - true but that is just McCains body language when he disagrees -vs- Obama who would smile or shake his head or both , 2 different men 2 different styles.<br><br>Now would McCain roll his eyes when talking to president of Iran - I dunno or does anyone ? has he done that before talking to a head of state ? Talking to Obama in a debate is one thing or are we going to just "assume" <br><br>[color:blue]Obama seems to possess the kind of listening skills and directness that makes me feel completely comfortable sending him into a room with the president of Iran,</font color=blue> - I agree<br><br><br>
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