Thursday, October 16, 2008

Final Debate Analysis: I Think Joe The Plumber May Have Swung The Election

It looks like John McCain came out of hiding last night and did a great job in the final Presidential debate against Barack (You can't say his middle name is Hussein) Obama.

I'd be willing to be McCain's stock among conservatives went through the roof last night, as the Arizona Senator did something he's rarely done; stood up for the base. He told Obama he wasn't going to stand for his audience being attacked for the comments of some reported (and possibly made up?) by the media.



Figuring into the debate also was a plumber from Ohio, Joe Wurzelbacher, who confronted Obama about his policy of raising taxes and was told by The One that he "wanted to spread the wealth around."



John McCain appears to have heard Joe the Plumber, while Obama is listening to multimillionaire Warren Buffett.



The Toledo Blade interviewed Joe the Plumber after the debate:



A great line from McCain was in response to Obama's constant blaming of everything on President Bush and that a McCain Presidency would be a third term for Bush.

“Senator Obama, I am not President Bush, if you wanted to run against President Bush you should have run four years ago.

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