First McCain-Obama debate remains dou...

First McCain-Obama debate remains doubtful

There are 2 comments on the The Macon Telegraph story from Sep 26, 2008, titled First McCain-Obama debate remains doubtful. In it, The Macon Telegraph reports that:

The first presidential debate between Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama remained in doubt Friday, the very day it was to be held, embroiled in the same partisan divisions that were holding up a ...

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Indianapolis, IN

#1 Sep 26, 2008
Since Obama wants to have a debate rather than solving a serious problem, he is unfit for the Presidency. McCain said that Hussein would rather win an election and lose a war. It also seems that Hussein would rather talk than act on a serious problem.

Since: Jul 07

Virginia Beach, VA

#2 Sep 26, 2008
oh, but obama says the american people deserve to know how these candidates are going to solve all of our problems. well, exactly what the hell have you been doing out on the campaign trail for the last five years, barry? surely not looking after the interestst of your illinois constituents...

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