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By Janet Luke, September 30, 2008 at 12:47 am Link to this comment
When he was questioning the candidates, he asked them how each of them would “RULE” the country! My mouth dropped open. Seems like Cheney and his henchmen have worked their propaganda magic to the point where even the “elite” media is brainwashed. With every misinformation campaign and pack of lies we are fed, we are getting a little closer to the First American Reich.
By Margaret Currey, September 29, 2008 at 4:32 pm Link to this comment
Obama did not set the debate on fire, but he did not mock and belittle McCain, called him by name and was way more polite than McCain was, McCain pulled out tired old lines, seems as though Republicians have to put down their opponant, Palin does the same looks as though thay read from the same script.
It looks as if Obama should be president, and if the election is stolen than GOD HELP THIS COUNTRY, DEMOCRACY WILL END.
By GW=MCHammered, September 29, 2008 at 10:17 am Link to this comment
To our presidential candidates, you will have 90 minutes to convince 300 million Americans why they should <u>not</u> storm their Capitol and wrench a once great democracy from your clenches.
And to out viewers at home, you will watch a nice screensaver during the debate while the candidates voices are altered every other sentence. See if you can tell any real difference between the so-called two-parties. If not, please… storm away.