“I Am Not President Bush (But I Stand For Everything He Does)…

“The fact that you keep bringing Ayers up says more about your campaign than it says about me.”

Well to tell you the truth, I am glad that its over…

With no more debates left in this marathon of an election…the chapter has turned to the final stretch…

20 days to go…

In his final attempt to swing the momentum in his direction…the immediate polls following suggest McCain didn’t succeed…

It was clear that this was his strongest debate performance…and perhaps Obama’s weakest…but I don’t think in any sense that it scored as a game changer in the eyes of hesitant independent voters…

I think McCain’s strong opposition to Roe v. Wade will resonate with the same female voters he thought would flock to his campaign when Palin was adopted to the ticket…

I think the split screen coverage did not favor McCain…who cannot hide his disdain for Obama…and often times came across looking uncomfortable and just plain senior citizen-esque…

I also feel like going into this debate most people have already made up their mind as to who they will choose when they step into that booth…

So at this point…And This Is My America is going to take a step back and let the people focus for the next 20 days…

However, we will bring official And This Is My America coverage of Election Day 2008…so be sure to check back as the 4th approaches…

Unless McCain and Palin or Obama and Biden says something outlandishly retarded…we’ll leave the day to day grind to the Huffington Post…

Till next time…

Logical

D.Smith

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Published in: on October 16, 2008 at 12:18 am  Comments (6)  
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  1. “often times came across looking uncomfortable and just plain senior citizen-esque…”

    Amen. I’m Canadian and Obamamania has definitely swept across the world, after watching this debate it’s clear the great divide between the politics and beliefs of what America has been and the possibilities of what it can be.

    Obama ’08

  2. The split screen certainly made McCain look frazzled and angry…while Obama, occasionally smiling at McCain’s attacks, looked cool, calm, collected and very presidential. I think that will resonate most with undecided voters. It was nice they actually debated the issues in this last one, as their differences on health care and Roe vs. Wade couldn’t be more apparent and I think those two issues will help many undecided women finally make a choice.

  3. The fucking debates consist soley of O’bama saying what he’ll do and McCain saying what O’bama won’t do. It’s hilarious. McCain is an old fucking idiot.

  4. Well written D. Smith,

    Like one of the other posters, ‘robin banks’, I’m also Canadian – and lived in the US from 2001 – 2007, so I have a very deep and passionate interest in this election…

    I just pray that Barack becomes the 44th President of the United States.

  5. The title of this entry is perfect. 🙂

    This parody pretty much embodies what I thought of that line.

  6. PJTLST I’m impressed! You’ve managed the almost impossible.


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