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    1st Prez. debate !!

    "This president has made a collossal error of judgement.." sealed it.
    A Kerry win..hands down in the first round !!

    CNN webpoll: On the winner !!
    Bush: 18%
    Kerry: 78%
    Match: 4%

    Hope the momentum continues....what a rout!!


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    CNN? Not TOO Liberally biased,

    It all depends on who you ask. Bush made a great point on how Kerry can not support the war when he thinks it is wrong.
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    Wow, what a shock. dubya's not the most elequent speaker in the world.
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    I was wondering how long it would take the liberals to post that CNN gallop poll.
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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    CNN? Not TOO Liberally biased,

    It all depends on who you ask. Bush made a great point on how Kerry can not support the war when he thinks it is wrong.
    I haven't seen a poll yet that says Bush won the debate...let us know if you come across any

    I think the point that GWB made was that Kerry couldn't go to other nations asking for help in Iraq if he believes and states that the war was wrong -- however since the countries that he would be asking already agree with him on this, my view is that Kerry's opinion lends credibility to him in their eyes.

    Are they more likely to to join a coalition with which they agree on this point, or with which they have no common ground? I think Kerry has much more chance of building a coalition, especially with Arab and muslim nations, than Bush ever will.
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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    CNN? Not TOO Liberally biased,

    It all depends on who you ask. Bush made a great point on how Kerry can not support the war when he thinks it is wrong.
    Headline from Foxnews website "Both Claim Win; Polls Favor Kerry" Are they too liberal? John Kerry was successful in showing to the American people why he should be president. He was clear and articulate. In short he was everything that the Bush camp wants to pretend that he isn't. He will be a strong leader.

    Unlike our president who had trouble remembering his lines.

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    Originally posted by marist89
    Wow, what a shock. dubya's not the most elequent speaker in the world.
    As president he should be eloquent. As president he is our Chief diplomat. President Bush has demonstrated that he doesn't have the skills to do the job, we will all be better off when he is replaced by Kerry who has those skills.

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    Whatever happened to "talk softly carry a big stick"?
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    Originally posted by OracleDoc
    Whatever happened to "talk softly carry a big stick"?
    Apparently it isn't working.

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    Originally posted by marist89
    Wow, what a shock. dubya's not the most elequent speaker in the world.
    He did OK at debating Gore, I seem to recall -- he didn't seem to have much breadth/depth to his content here. I'd blame it partly on the political/media system that shelters US Presidents from hard questions for four years -- contrast that with the ordeal that Tony Blair has to go through everytime hehe faces the media or the House of Commons.
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