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Discussion in 'Politics & World News' started by MMike, Oct 15, 2008.
Jeebus he interrupts a lot.....debating 101....he should be disqualified
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This is getting sad - I'm actually starting to feel sorry for the guy. I've been trying to look at this from a non-partisan POV and McCain just looks really bad.
And Joe the plumber can lick my nuts.
Wow.,...he's really struggling......he's really got nothing!
He's really talking a lot of crap this evening.
Where's that fvcker's lapel pin?
He's not even making sense! It's like Obama's not even there!
hopefully the media will say that "Joe" won the debate. This is lame.
The question was whether or not the candidates could nominate a judge who disagreed with them on roe v. wade.
McCAIN just said he'd not impose a litmus test regarding judge selection, that he'd vote on anyone he considered qualified.
He then said if someone agreed with roe v. wade, he'd consider them unqualified.
wow, Obama just completely shellacked McCain on the issue of abortion.
on a side note, I hope someone puts together a clip of McCain's "reactions". They're even better than Gore's sighing was...
Clearly this is McCain fulfilling his promise to "whip his you know what," in the debate.
you mean where he said it should be woman's decision, but all the while not commenting on the scores of females who are not yet women (and therefore cannot consent to sex), but somehow "find themselves in a difficult position"?
you mean that?
obama's lucky mccain's gimpy pimp arm was on his right.
wow. i'm just now noticing michelle's badonkadonk. she's got more backyard than ted turner's montana holdings
x2 When she joined him on stage I was like DAYUM where was that over the last 20 months. Which made me think, does the phrase once you go black you never go back apply to the presidency as well?
Obama took the position that Clinton was famous for, in that abortion should be safe, legal and RARE, and the reaction from the CNN instapundits showed that. McCain came up with some half-answer, and looked totally outclassed in that. It was almost the "quick non-answer, now your turn" kind of thing.
And are you referring to minors getting abortions? I didn't see any of that actually come up tonight, or is this just your own position?
speaking of cnn, this was my first time watching a debate on cnn. do they always have that gangbang of reporters on stage before and after the debates.
I'm sure if he had infinite time to answer all questions that would've come up. The only time I've heard anything at all on that issue is when Palin said she wouldn't support abortion for a child who had been raped by her father.
That aside, I think Joe the plumber deserves a good ole teabaggin'.
he said the decision to abort should be made by the "women" affected (for lack of better word). to his credit, there is no less awkward choice of words. he couldn't very well say "would-be mother", "female", or "filthy whore".
had he said anything which approached the pregnant minor scenario, mccain would have been a fool to not bring up obama's history of voting against parental notification for minors who sought abortion - again - something they cannot legal consent to.
all of this he said tonight against the backdrop that abortion is a "moral issue"
This is for you internet forum: BBC Fact Checker
Even more better...any s from Nebraska? This guy rules...