posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 08:13 PM
Whatever happens I'm sure the MSM will make it sound a lot more drama-tastic than reality. The day after is probably more exciting than the actual
debate, seeing the news anchors and networks rip into each other over a quote here and a flag pin there.
Obama's campaign has been fairly consistent, I doubt he will bring anything new to the table if you've been following along the entire time like
some of us have. He'll likely criticize McCain's economic plans and stances on this war as well as future wars. He'll outline Palin's overall lack
of knowledge when it comes to the issues and McCain's disconnect from the average American, etc, etc.
McCain is sort of a wild card, right now he's playing catchup so he has to say something bold to get himself noticed by people still sitting on the
fence. What will decide it for some will be whether his bold move turns out to be something positive about his own platform or if it comes in the form
of more ad hominem attacks on Obama. He could score big and come out ahead or risk being labeled by the media if he keeps up the negative momentum.
Obama just need to not fall into McCain's game or he'll lose the high ground he has right now with the media after being targeted by all the hate at