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Democrats Attack #3: Part 2

This debate was the strongest one yet - all the candidates were far better tonight than they have been in previous debates, though Obama was a little flat. Earlier I highlighted Richardson and Biden as having the distinction of having cleaned up their act, but it was true of the whole field. Edwards seemed eager for a fight; consider his statement on the Iraq funding vote when he attacked Obama and Clinton in the same sentence. The real question for Edwards: how hard did he kick himself after he realized that he hadn't said getting the troops out of Iraq would be the first thing he would do in office (100 days question)?
I'll be on the look-out for other blogger responses, footage, etc. to follow up on the debate.

P.S. - I listened to a Fred Thompson speech this afternoon, and I think I may have been wrong about him having moderate candidate potential. Absolutely not.

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2 Responses to “Democrats Attack #3: Part 2”

  1. # Blogger parisian cowboy

    Is this the "begining of the end" for Obama ? I mean, now that the real campaign has started, more experienced politicians such as Clinton could take the lead.... In European newspaper, it is said that she was good during that debate, even tought she did not say much.  

  2. # Blogger Kate

    The real question is whether Obama can continue to hold his place in the poll numbers nationally - the last time I really looked at the state polls (2 weeks ago), Edwards was leading in Iowa and Obama had made some serious gains on Clinton as she only held a two point lead on him. What I was interested in after that debate is that Biden and Richardson may have gotten voters to take a second look at them, which isn't something I couldn't say about the earlier debates. I'll be on the lookout for before and after polls from the debate.  

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