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October 4, 2012Posted by on
I caught only the last half of the first presidential debate last night. What I found was that, except for their presentations, both presidential hopefuls pretty much delivered the same message. What was the message?
“As a matter of fact, ‘Facts don’t matter.'”
That’s too bad.
In terms of presentation, Willard, who isn’t (yet) president, looked more presidential than Barack, who is.
My takeaway? The course of the federal government will not be even slightly changed by our choice of president. These two candidates just aren’t different enough.