And the next President of the United States of America IS:

Yet another reporter calling Obama “Presidential”:

Barack Obama was crisp, reassuring and strong — in short, presidential, as he has been throughout the financial storm of the past two weeks. McCain was not as bad as he has been recently; but much of this debate was fought on what was supposed to be his high ground. As the encounter ended, Obama not only controlled the commanding heights of the economic issue — and he not only held his own on national security — but clearly passed the threshold as a credible commander-in-chief. McCain kept repeating that Obama doesn’t “understand.” But he clearly did. McCain made up no ground. That’s similar to what happened in 1960 when Nixon ran on the slogan “Experience Counts” but found it didn’t count that much when voters decided JFK was up to the job after the side by side comparison they saw in the first debate.

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2 Responses to And the next President of the United States of America IS:

  1. difficult times says:

    Well, I think McCain won- hes ounded presidential. Total command of topics.
    As to looking presidential- All ‘young men’ would look ‘presidential’ in a well tailoerd dark $3500 suit & $ 300 shirt & freshly shaven-


  2. girldujour says:

    The only reason why I am allowing your comment to show is that you can barely spell–which is true of most McCain supporters. And you call yourself “difficult times”: could that be because of the Bush Administration of the past 8 years, which McCain promises to provide more of?

    BTW, it has nothing to do with the suit or the shave. Do you think McCain shops at Target? Have you not been following this election at all? Honestly, I don’t even know why I’m responding to you.

    And don’t get me started on McCain’s poor judgment… Have you not heard anything about his choice of running mate, Sarah Palin?

    Obama didn’t just look Presidential. He is Presidential. He didn’t mirror McCain’s angry “attack” attitude and non-answers. He is extremely intelligent, knows what he is talking about, confers with appropriate advisors to supplement his own vast knowledge, and holds his chin high when confronted with smarminess.

    Obama for President.

    A President for intelligent people.


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