Thursday, September 30, 2004

On the debate

The debate was almost entirely on foreign policy, as advertised. Very little mention of Halliburton. Very little discussion of of what President Eisenhower called the military-industrial complex -- even with today's endorsement of Kerry by Ike's son. Did Kerry fail to really put Bush on the defensive?


Bush's cadence was slower, better, than Kerry's. If undecideds were listening more than watching than Bush did well. His body language wasn't good, but he came across as upset rather than warm. If people wanted substance, Kerry won.

Time for the post-debate spin. Who win will the debate spin, and therefore win the debate?

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