|Presidential Debate III: Barack Obama VS John McCain|
Michelle Malkin on the final Presidential Debate
Debate wrap-up: Senator Government vs. Johnny Mac and Joe the PlumberMark Levin on the final Presidential Debate
Joe Wurzelbacher the Plumber was a heaven-sent gift for the McCain campaign, and for once, McCain didn’t flub the opportunity to rub the infamous “spread the wealth around” line in Obama’s smug face. Obama’s tin-ear response? Citing his billionaire “friend” Warren Buffett!
The best line of the night may have been unplanned (or maybe not)? In jabbing Obama’s spend-spend-spend plans, McCain called him “Senator Government.”
Something NewHugh Hewitt on the final Presidential debate
He's not going to change his position on some issues where we conservatives disagree with him tonight, but he is scoring big.
The Joe The Plumber Debate: McCain Scores and "Senator Government" StumblesRead Hugh's patented Presidential Debate scorecard
Thank you, Joe W., America's plumber, wherever you are. He must be a Browns fan.
McCain scored big with the Joe the plumber exchanges, and with the campaign tactics exchange. ... McCain accomplished more in just the first half of the debate than he did in the first two debates total, and the second half was just as good for him. "Spread the wealth" is now the Obama brand, and that can move the polls.
VIDEO: Third and final Presidential Debate between Barack Obama and John McCain