Skip to comments.The Unofficial Pre Pre-Debate Thread
Posted on 10/13/2004 4:10:17 PM PDT by rocklobster11
Here it is. I'm watching Hardball at the moment. Nicolle Devenish is doing a good job speaking for Bush, as always
I don't think I'm watching either. I would rather read what you guys have to say. I'm also very nervous. I'm praying for our president. Let Bush keep his foot on Kerry's throat all night!
All I need to know about this election, I learned from the incredibly close squeaker of an election in Australia (where the pro-Bush guy won in a landslide).
On public forums, wringing hands does not contribute anything but giving ammunition to the left and the media.
People should not blurt out their first reactions just to vent. This is not helpful.
As an aside, what point is it to say he lost? You will notice that even though most of us thought Bush won the second debate, the democrats aren't being objective and honest. They are saying Kerry won. We need to do the same.
Objective and honest we can do after November 2. Right now we need to support the President.
I was jess tryin' fer a leetle funnin"
"Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit barbituates..."
Critisizing Bush the entire week HELPED Bush?
I think I'm living in a fairly realistic world and when the MSM bashes Bush, Hollywood bashes Bush, Dems bash Bush, and the world Bashes Bush-Our piling on HURTS Bush. It leaves NO voice speaking in favor of HIM.
Kerry camp claimed it a Draw Thursday night. By the next week it was the worst loss in the history of the world. Tell me conservatives didn't take an off night and help turn it into the loss of the century.
Blame Bush all you like, but conservatives deserve their share of the blame too.
well how many times woll Kerry mention "outsourcing" tonight?
Is that a drinking word?
Don't use that term with me. (I'm not going to repeat it)
There is a difference between carrying your candidate's message forward and complacency.
Alas, tonight I have no beer. Woe is me.
Outsourcing seems like a classic candidate for a drinking game.
If we had a balanced honest press corps in this country, Bush would have a 30% lead.
Complacency?? I am not so sure, how do you prepare for a debate when you opponent never sticks to one idea? Until Kerry was there on the debate floor, Bush did not know what position he would take. To me that would be impossible to prepare for. So between first debate nerves and too many positions to prepare for.....
well if the talking heads are an indication "outsourcing" will be a big word tonight.
Wow, I knew there were people somewhere in the world who have never gotten drunk, but I've never met them. LOL
I'm not watching.....The press is so pro-Kerry, and I'm starting to get a very bad feeling. The polls don't seem to be going in our favor, but I'm not sure if I believe them!
Mine loses the audio or jumps to another channel.
Universuty = "University" Oops
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