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Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Cheney Wins Debate

Dick Cheney won the debate against John Edwards. Style wise, Cheney appeared more serious - the "gravitas" factor. Edwards' style may have been okay for a Senate bid, but as a heatbeat from the Presidency he wasn't up to it. Substance wise, Cheney was way ahead of Edwards. Cheney had the facts & numbers. Edwards rehashed the old on-the-stump speech. There was nothing stunning about the debate - no horrible gaffes or brilliant zings, though Cheney got in some barbs. It was a sedate debate - not what people look for in debates. They want the fireworks. They wait for the car wreck. Well, not this time.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's some facts that John Edwards said would come out today. And they did.

By Vicki Allen
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iraq had no stockpiles of biological and chemical weapons before last year's U.S.-led invasion and its nuclear program had decayed since the 1991 Gulf War, a weapons inspector appointed by the Bush administration said on Wednesday.

The report contrasted with statements by President Bush before the invasion, when he cited the threat of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction as the reason for overthrowing President Saddam Hussein.

"I still do not expect that militarily significant WMD stocks are cached in Iraq," Charles Duelfer, the CIA special adviser who led the hunt for weapons of mass destruction, said in testimony prepared for the Senate Armed Services Committee obtained by Reuters.

He said Iraq's nuclear weapons program had deteriorated since the 1991 Gulf War, but he said Saddam did not abandon his nuclear ambitions.

12:23 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

The report also contrasts John Kerry, who before the war said Saddam had wmd & even after the war started he said that, "We may yet find weapons of mass destruction."

3:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't you get it. The Iraqui war so far is about Bush not Kerry. Bush had ALL the intellegence reports, not Kerry. Bush pushed for the war. The war could not happen without the President being for it. It could happen with or without Kerry's support. Bush is the key figure. The buck stops at the top not in the middle. And Bush was wrong, wrong , wrong.

12:46 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

Kerry had the SAME intel reports Bush did, whether you believe that or not, although with Kerry missing 75% of the Intel Committee hearings he may have not been there to read them. lol With out Congress backing Bush(including Kerry), there would have been no Iraq war - thank you Congress.

3:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Republican majority Congress. Bush asked for war. His party gave it to him.

4:30 PM  

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