Skip to comments.PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE #2 LIVE THREAD
Posted on 10/07/2008 2:01:24 PM PDT by TornadoAlley3
While the two presidential candidates, Senators John McCain and Barack Obama, prepare for their second debate on Oct. 7 at Belmont University in Nashville, Tom Brokaw gets to sift through questions submitted by you. In addition to queries from a group randomly selected by the Gallup organization, Brokaw will be fielding questions submitted online at mydebates.org, the site created by the Commission on Presidential Debates and Myspace. The focus of the town hall-style debate will be domestic and foreign policy, Brokaw's specialties.
Why do I see this debate as
John “Maverick” McCain vs Barack “Nicolae Jetty Carpathia” Obama
This isn’t a Republican primary debate.
Add me to the list of the spiritual reactives. He makes my skin crawl.
Obama says healthcare is a RIGHT!
Second and vote aye.
Obama - health care is a “right”!
I try to read these threads but it ends up babble because everyone starts throwing rocks... ;)
His joke on
Hair transplants! LOL!
Take THAT Plugs!
Too bad it fell flat...
Obama: I think health care should be a right for every American.
When do liberals ever take responsibilities? It so much easier to blame the other guys
You must be watching a different debate than I’m listening to...McCain sounds horrible. He’s letting everything Obama lies about go by...unbelievable...
Obama: “Health care should be a right”. Whoooooaaaa he said it
The Internet was originally developed by DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, as a means to share information on defense research between involved universities and defense research facilities. Originally it was just email and FTP sites as well as the Usenet where scientists could question and answer each other. It was originally called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency NETwork). The concept was developed starting in 1964, and the first messages passed were between UCLA and the Stanford Research Institute in 1969. Leonard Kleinrock of MIT had published the first paper on packet switching theory in 1961. Since networking computers was new to begin with, standards were being developed on the fly. Once the concept was proven, the organizations involved started to lay out some ground rules for standardization.
One of the most important was the communications protocol, TCP/IP, developed by Vint Cerf and Robert Kahn in 1974. Robert Metcalfe is credited with Ethernet which is the basic communication standard in networked computers.
Tim Berners-Lee perhaps specified technological applicability and / or linguistic construction of HTML while working at CERN, is chiefly credited for the ease of use and wide public adoption of the web. Here is his website: w3.org
McCain IS WIPING THE FLOOR WITH OBAMA - FACT
... just like the government invented the first successful powered aircraft ...
Sigh!!!!!, we needed a home run, and our player is bunting
go john. go john. go john.