September 30, 2004

Post - Debate Analysis

I think that both of them fared quite well in the debate, due to the fact that they are both going for the "undecided" vote. I think that the President could have gone a little furthur to strengthen his "base", but not too much furthur without pushing voters to his opponent.

AS for the rest of it, I think that Kerry spent a lot more time sounding like a "Polititcian' than the President did. I feel that the Senator spent more time on the statement of "Talking Points" than did the incumbant. Whereas, the President stated quite a bit more "fact" (dates and everything) than did his opponent.

All in all, I'm okay with how the President preformed in this debate, and I had a lot more to say in a positive manner to his statements than I did about the statements made by the Senator.

I'll admit that I'm extremely biased in this election, so I'll be generous and call this one a draw. I'll be interested in seeing what the MSM makes of the whole proceeding.

Posted by Johnny - Oh at September 30, 2004 11:11 PM

There was a citizen of THE GREATEST DEMOCRACY IN THE WORLD on our T.V station this morning, saying much the same thing. We didn't get a lot of coverage, though, because the P.M was having heart surgery this morning.

Posted by: Sally at October 1, 2004 07:37 AM

I just realised the whole elective heart surgery thing was deliberately scheduled for this morning. We wake up, wanting Debate news, and it's all about Tony! Do you think he was worried Kerry would come out on top, or GWB would screw up? Sounds like a plan, Mr Blair!

Posted by: Sally at October 1, 2004 02:08 PM

I question the timing of this heart surgery...

As for the debate:

Style - Kerry
Substance - Bush

Posted by: Harvey at October 1, 2004 03:57 PM

I believe that there may be some sort of strange conspiracy going on between the PM and the Pres. I think that we should coordinate a coalition of bloggers to get to the bottom of this most important issue. Let's get to work people.

Posted by: Johnny - Oh at October 1, 2004 04:18 PM
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