Sunday, August 17, 2008

Saddleback roundup

Jonah Goldberg: "McCain's Best Performance of the Election Year."
Rich Lowry: "McCain established a moral seriousness that Obama can't match."
Kathryn Jean Lopez: "If John McCain keeps this up, he can win."
Voter_Registration_Turnout at Redstate: "John McCain stole the show."
The Other McCain: "Biggest gaffe: Obama starting to say Clarence Thomas didn't have enough "experience" to be nominated to the Supreme Court."
Sister Toldjah: "McCain looks like he's right at home."
Mark Hemingway: "McCain Was as Good as Obama was Bad."
Radio Patriot: "McCain takes the Gold, Obama Disqualified"
Mark Joseph at Huffington Post: "Obama seemed sedate at times."
Commenter #327 at Crooks and Liars: "As much as I hate the thought–McCain will be the next president for sure."
Curt at Flopping Aces: "McCain took a position on every question…not waffling…not uncommitted as Obama."
Commenter XWL at Ann Althouse: "McCain has the advantage of just being able to say what he thinks."
Taylor Marsh: "Obama better get a debate drill sargeant in and do some work."
Mark Levin: "Lowest moment of the night was Obama's smear of Clarence Thomas."


Anonymous said...

You quote the hater Mark Levin? That tells me everything I need to know about you. Let's see what happens on election day!

Kevin Gregory said...

Slim - I thought Mark Levin was right about Obama's slam on Clarence Thomas - it made Obama look cheap.