This is too much, really. My sides hurt.
agreed. it is too much. i think this may backfire against McCain - though he and his advisers probably think this is a good idea.By RageyOne, at 9:03 PM
I disagree. I see it as he is doing the job he was elected to do. (Now, no snarky comments Arbitrista! Throw me a bone on this one.) What I mean is that there is some seriously heinous shit going on. Both of these guys should be putting their two cents in. The plan that W wants to enact is too much for me and many taxpayers.By Seeking Solace, at 10:04 PM
If it backfired, oh well. But it might work too.
I agree with you. This is such an oafish thing to pull... no doubt he would want the debates to go on as planned if his numbers weren't sinking. Or if his VP pick could've told Katie Couric a single piece of "reform" legislation that he passed.By Maggie, at 10:10 PM
Seeking Solace: I would give McCain the benefit of the doubt except for a few facts. 1) McCain hasn't been to the Senate since April. 2) His attendance would make a deal more possible by injecting presidential politics. 3) He stabbed Obama in the back when the latter attempted to work out a way for the two to work together on this issue. 4) Why cancel a debate that takes 2 hours?By Arbitrista, at 6:54 AM