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By LesleyM - Posted on 26 September 2008
I just received a CNN Breaking News Alert via email ...
-- Sen. John McCain will participate in tonight's presidential debate.
I can hardly wait!!!!! This should be interesting, to say the least. GO OBAMA!!!
YES WE CAN!!
YES WE WILL!!!!!!!!!
P.S. Does this mean McShame's campaign is "unsuspended"??????????
I thought it was laughable that the guy ever said his campaign was suspended. He made a promise he couldn't keep - not to run ads. Plus, his campaign remained busy and McCain and Palin still attented campaign-related events.
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I am glad to hear that but I think it does go to McLame not sticking to his word and flip flopping again. Congress hasn't agreed to any sort of agreement that I have heard, but the pressure is on him and he caved into it. The man has yet to prove to me that commitment, whether personal or political, means squat to him! I know not attending would have been certain political suicide, but that was his choice!
This looks really bad for McCain. He's coming across as impulsive -- not exactly the quality people look for in a president.
I was thinking that too - he's impulsive. Something tells me he's been going against his advisors' advice the last few days.
I agree with you - it's not a real victory.
I believe one of his motives in rushing the Hill was to postpone the debate...he suggested having it on Thursday, the date of the VP debates....in order to give Palin more time to prepare. She's certainly not ready for prime time. I wonder what excuse there will be for canceling or postponing the VP debate? My guess is family emergency.
Obama called McNasty's bluff....Obama stays so calm and cool under pressure. Unlike Mc, who goes off half cocked at the slightest provocation.
Obama rocks! Barack the Vote!
So doesn't this "officially" make McNugget the biggest FLIP-FLOPPING hypocrite?
If this was poker, McCain would lose all his money. We need to make sure that the poker game is his campaign.
Since this debate had been scheduled primarily on foreign policy, and now because of what has happened the past few days, more economic matters will likely be discussed, I am wondering whether McCain will actually start whining again about his having to accept public financing for the GE.
He may believe re-igniting that particular issue may gain him some traction. I guess we will just have to wait and see.
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