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2 points

I would have to say that Obama won this debate once again. Through I must honestly say John McCain did better in this debates than the others. McCain did come out more and went after Obama a lot more than before which I have to say is what he should have done from the beginning. Through he did make mistakes and some of the stuff he said was once again misleading or false.

However, I do believe McCain should have not been rolling his eyes so much when Obama was talking, it is rude and disrespectful and if you say Obama has no honor and say McCain does that, wow.

Obama clarified a lot of stuff like he should have done. This performance was better of connecting with people unlike the town hall where I was disappointed in both of them. So, really Obama won but McCain made some good strides in this.

5 points

Oh wow.....

That guy on the you tube video, he has so many credentials and he is so good, I mean you can trust him, MAYBE HE SHOULD BE COMMANDER IN CHIEF!!!!!

NO!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm sorry to tell you this but, your one of the supporters who don't know much. The nicest way I can put it.

Obama will be raising taxes, the highest ever but on the people making over 250,00 dollars a year. Read the Obama Plan. If you don't trust his site, than go ahead and search it and look on other creditable sites. Also, just to say that man if that is his house doesn't look like he is making over 250,000 dollars a year so I can tell you he is actually going to get a tax break.

Of course lets lower taxes for everyone and just cut spending on everything? No sorry we can't do that. We would have to cut to much and many things we cant afford to cut.

It's like in France, the poor was taxed so much while the Clergy didn't pay taxes and neither did the wealthy. The very rich wealthy people should pay more taxes than us, why?

They make more and can afford it.

Next time read and get some nice evidence not some guy on you tube. Who my sister says is very ugly...=]

2 points

On October 15th, 2008 during the third and last Presidential Debate John McCain stated this.

"I have repudiated every time someone's been out of line, whether they've been part of my campaign or not, and I will continue to do that."

That is a expert from a quote from John. Now I must say he has not denounced every single attack, nor has his Campaign or his running mate Sarah Palin. and, I mean out of the line attacks.

At his rallies when he brought his name up people would say "traitor", "treason", "kill him"? For some days McCain did not tell his supporters to calm down. I still say he did not fully denounce those attacks to Obama from his supporters because he never addressed them fully on like he should have. Why didn't he? He told them he knew they were mad and he was to but, you have to be approatie?

No what he should have said when those were reported. Or when and if he heard them! "Hey look we can't have any of that, that is out of line". If he's so afraid of losing a supporter than he is wanting to win so badly he cant even tell his supporter(s) that there out of line?

Also, his running mate Sarah Palin. I'm sorry she said Obama is "palling around with terrorists". Excuse me?! Please use the word former. Has that ever been denounced by McCain? No, I do not believe it has not.

The truth is that John has not denounced every attack outside his campaign or in, or has not fully denounced them.

Below I include a link to the full transcript of the third debate along with a fact check on Sarah Palin's accusation. The last link is the article of the story which she made the accusation.

http://elections.nytimes.com/2008/president/debates/transcripts/third-presidential-debate.html

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2008/10/05/fact-check-is-obama-palling-around-with- terrorists/#more-22716

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/10/04/palin.obama/index.html

5 points

I would say that Obama has more experience. Yes, Gov. Palin does have more executive experience but she is in only in her first term of Governor. She has been governor for two years, and was put under invegsation when and it was found that she did abuse her power and broke a state ethics law. =/

Also, it does matter because if something happens to Sen. McCain can you imagine Palin being President? I've looked where she stands on some issues and I agree with her on some but, could you trust her with Foreign Policy? All she has done is met with world leaders.

Obama has foreign policy, yes not as much as Sen. McCain but more than Palin. Obama is a member of the Senate Forgein Relations Committee, which his running mate Sen. Biden is the chairmen. Obama is also the Charimarin of the Sub-Committee of European Affairs.

Obama was elected to the Senate in 2004. Member of the Senate maybe is not running a state like Sarah Palin has but, a Senator is someone voting on bills and on the Military acts. They get more tuned in with the issues. While Gov. Palin is running her state.

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"I'm 15 years old and will turn 16 the day before election day, I was a supporter of Hillary Clintion during the primaries but, endorsed Sen. Barack Obama on the last day of primires. I am against McCain all the way and against Sarah Palin as well."

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Name: Raymond Houston
Gender: Male
Age: 27
Marital Status: In a Relationship
Political Party: Other
Country: United States
Postal Code: 95843
Education: High School

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