John McCain’s new campaign slogan.
8:32 PM – Obama is on a roll. So far the debate has been a wonky debate about policy. Hillary as usual is doing well, but Barack is doing just as well, and is showing he can hang with Hillary when it comes to policy details.
Both of them are scoring huge points taking shots at Republicans, and Obama just had a zinger about John McCain’s flip-flop on Bush’s tax cuts.
Hillary’s advantage is experience, but just listening to the debate they both look like they have the knowledge and experience to do the job. This blunts her best argument.
8:40 PM – Obama hits it out of the park, saying immigrants should not be used as scapegoats for black unemployment. The crowd loved it and this will win him points with Latino voters.
9:10 PM – Hillary scores some good points ragging on Bush. The questions have drifted away from policy.
9:31 PM – Obama is crushing her on the issue of the Iraq War, and he’s also demostrating he will be able to handle McCain on this issue. Hillary’s statements defending her vote border on the ridiculous. Wolf Blitzer hammered her and called her naive.
9:48 PM – It ends with a love-fest. I think Barack won this one.
Ted Kennedy was a guest on the most popular Spanish language radio show in LA campaigning for brack Obama. Read the story to see the magnitude of this support.
I won’t bother quoting entertainer Rush Limbaugh.
Instead, here’s a column by Mark Levin from the National Review.
The national polls show a dead heat between McCain and Romney, so I’m not writing Romney off just yet.
Peretz asks a simple question – can friends of Israel–and Jews–trust Obama? His answer is yes.
Peretz is very influencial in the Jewish community, so this column will be very helpful to Obama.