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    My analysis, for what its worth, which isn't much...last week for Obama's speech all the dems in the country tuned in to watch him...no republicans did as they couldn't bring themselves to actually listen to someone who might have a different opinion or view from them. They basically refused to watch him. This week, republicans and democrats watched McCain...why? Cause while the repubs don't want to hear anything that might contradict their beliefs, the dems do...dems want to know what the other side is saying, they are interested in looking at all sides of the issue and learning why McCain might differ from Obama. So, in the end...Obama had only dems watching him and McCain had repubs and the enlightened dems as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lurkur View Post
    I'm gonna show Washington my O-Face.
    LOL

    And Str8, you hit the nail on the head. You are absolutely right. I listened, hoping to gain some insight as to what Mccain is planning on DOING but didn't get any of that. All I heard was some POW story and about 9/11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8_uncut-jock View Post
    My analysis, for what its worth, which isn't much...last week for Obama's speech all the dems in the country tuned in to watch him...no republicans did as they couldn't bring themselves to actually listen to someone who might have a different opinion or view from them. They basically refused to watch him. This week, republicans and democrats watched McCain...why? Cause while the repubs don't want to hear anything that might contradict their beliefs, the dems do...dems want to know what the other side is saying, they are interested in looking at all sides of the issue and learning why McCain might differ from Obama. So, in the end...Obama had only dems watching him and McCain had repubs and the enlightened dems as well.
    Exactly, I know I had to force myself to listen to a bunch of rich old white men and hear the BS they're bringing to the table this year. Democrats as a whole are more open to see both sides before wondering what''s going to be expected of the elections. Far as I know not alot of people are warming up to McCain.

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