Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Debate Reaction: Oct 15

As expected, media reactions varied, but McCain definitely came out strong, confident, and showed a stronger command of American families' economic struggles than in the past.

This is an interesting take on the final debate, Time Magazine, hardly a bastion of conservatism, gave McCain higher marks, saying:
Avoided the policy weeds, as usual, but sounded more engaged on his economic program, presenting a clear, thematic argument. He was also good on climate change, trade, taxes, and spending. It was an impressive performance from a politician who is generally more comfortable offering broad statements and displaying his compelling personality, than focusing on detail and nitty-gritty.

More responses forthcoming, the campaign's summary here.

2 comments:

A Mom for McCain said...

Thanks for the excellent as usual thoughts!

blonde said...

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