There is a difference between political science and infotainment.
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T-Dog remember today as the day someone gave you something. Don't miss your chance.
*actually they broke down both sides as they always do*
Pretty fair analysis.
Turns out that the altitude gave Obama some trouble (according to Al Gore) and he had a lot on his mind (being president and all) so the debate wasn't really a fair fight and we should just strike it from the record
Obama's going to win. There's just too much power behind Obama's campaign. It's awesome to watch how the Obama machine crushes anything in its path. They're always 1.5 steps ahead of Romney. Gotta hand it to them, they know how to win.
Infotainment is a good way to describe about 95% of what we see and hear from so-called news outlets. Keeps the masses occupied.
I believe it's beer-thrity. Late.