Post by Doan the Nado on Oct 2, 2008 23:39:28 GMT -5
I saw exactly 20 seconds of it, the part where the moderator said something like, "This is the last question before closing remarks."
I didn't really want to watch it because watching Palin in interviews just makes me sad. I was at least considering voting for McCain, but the idea of her taking over the White House in the event of a tragedy is downright scary, and I think Obama presents a better image to the rest of the world, so Obama has my vote.
At least with Obama I know what I'm going to get.... bigger government, higher taxes for the rich, a focus on service. What McCain will do is like a giant surprise that I don't really want to see.
As I currently lack a TV in my dorm, I did not watch any of the debates. Meh. I'm sick of politics.
Heh, Rolling Stone. I take EVERYTHING they say with a grain of salt, but that's probably more of a personal grudge than anything else. Damn bastards, both they and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame openly refuse to recognize the most talented, most deserving rock band in the world.
So yeah, this post was kinda pointless.
Black all around me, even the water. The water’s not really black, of course. Reflection from the sky. Water’s like a mirror sometimes. Lets you see your face in it, anyway. Reflecting the night’s face, then, isn’t it? Does the night have a face? It must. Otherwise the water couldn’t reflect it.
I am made from the dust of the stars and the oceans flow in my veins
Post by JimmyPaladin on Oct 12, 2008 23:00:40 GMT -5
Who's going to watch the final debate?
I know I am. I noticed that McCain intentionally avoided addressing the economy questions in the second debate. The first time he was asked about the economy, he pulled a Palin and diverting to talking about energy independence instead of answering the economy question. With the second question he was asked about the economy, he answered by saying that he, as president, would make more bail-out bills like the previous failed one to fix the economy. To be blunt, wtf?
I'm wondering how he'll answer (I use the term "answer" loosely here) questions on Wednesday seeing as the whole debate is supposed to be about the economy and (a top McCain advisor said this) so far their strategy has been to "avoid talking about the economy."
Bottom-line: the last debate should be interesting. I advise you to watch it, especially if you're still undecided or think not voting is the best choice of action this time around.
Whoa Levi, where have you been man? You kinda liked disappeared from Skype and such for a while. Anyways, I wish I could get my PS2 working, because I finally found a copy of RPGM2 for like 10$ at gamestop (lucky eh?) and have been in a very RPGM2 mood for the past few weeks.