I thought I would watch the presidential “debate” tonight between Obama and McCain. I watched it for about 5 minutes and couldn’t stomach any more of it. It is almost painful to watch the two of them search for words. Neither of them have anything of substance to say. McCain says that the answer to our troubles is more bi-partisanism, when that is exactly the kind of thing that has gotten us into trouble. He keeps touting the same “bi-partisan” record and that is the one thing that I dislike the most about him. I’m honestly not all that hyped-up about Palin either, although I suspect that there are a lot of things (more than we’ll ever know) that she would love to say, but can’t because she has to support McCain. She is probably more conservative than him, but will not be able to show it as long as they are yoked. What a disappointment this election is. I want to know where some of these young conservative guys are, like Rick Santorum and others who have conservative ecomomic and social policies. I’d like to see the Republican ticket flooded with guys like that, and I know they’re out there. I just want to know where.
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