Jane explains it all
Posted by Ron Coleman on October 7, 2008
[21:48] Jane: Anyone who is really listening can’t help but come away thinking McCain is superior to Obama.
[21:48] Jane: Obama keeps speaking in vague generalities ….
[21:48] Ron Coleman: Good that you’re having that reaction
[21:49] Jane: McCain is full of substantive detail
[21:49] Jane: He accused Obama of being the 2d largest recipient of Fannie Mae (Freddie Mac?) money
[21:49] Jane: And Obama had nothing to say!
[21:49] Jane: He didn’t deny it.
[21:51] Ron Coleman: oh my….
[21:51] Jane: Problem is McCain is an old man.
[21:51] Jane: He sounds old.
[21:51] Jane: He is probably a better match for Obama than a hard-line conservative.
[21:52] Jane: Obama can’t beat him on substance.
[21:52] Ron Coleman: Yes, you are onto something, absolutely
[21:52] Ron Coleman: He’s also hard to caracature, unlike a true righty
[21:52] Jane: It comes out in the debate, the same way it came out in Palin’s acceptance speech.
[21:53] Jane: McCain has a long, full substantive record in Congress to back up all his assertions and promises
[21:53] Jane: And Obama has zilch, or worse,
[21:53] Jane: It all came out.
[21:53] Jane: But you have to really be listening.
[21:53] Ron Coleman: Well so much for that!
UPDATE: Jane points out to me that she listened to the debate on the radio, and didn’t see it on TV, unlike most. Is this a Nixon / Kennedy debate type thing?