Here we go again. Since we last saw our contenders on stage, the vice presidential candidates have debated one another, the bailout plan was signed into law by President Bush, and the mud has started to sling. The last time McCain and Obama took to the stage, they did the dance of “yes you did, […]
We finally get to see vice presidential candidates Joe Biden and Sarah Palin take to the stage and debate. I don’t know about you, but I’m very excited about this matchup. I anticipate that it will be more exciting than the first presidential debate between McCain and Obama. Things to watch for: Will Palin be […]
We’ve compiled a complete list of the scheduled debates for the 2008 Election.
Did you watch the presidential debates on Friday? In what should have been a great Friday night debate, I’m afraid most of those who stayed in to watch the event were disappointed and could be found dozing in front of their televisions. While the debate centered on foreign policy and national security, most viewers expected […]
Contrary to McCain’s statement that he wouldn’t attend the debates until a bailout plan was agreed upon, he is encouraging his supporters to watch him debate Obama in Mississippi. While a number of Congressional members and leaders keep popping up on television to assure us that a bailout plan is near, the ink hasn’t hit […]
Senator John McCain has stated, that in response to the economic crisis that faces our nation, he will not be attending the first presidential debate scheduled for Friday, September 26, 2008 at the University of Mississippi. In a press conference on Wednesday, September 24, 2008, McCain said, “I am directing my campaign to work with […]