Why do you think McCain won the last debate?

I am watching the last debate being rerun on C-Span. I was working when it first aired. Everyone told me that McCain won that debate. As I watch it he seems evasive and accusatory. To be clear I am still an undecided voter your opinion will help. Thanks!

Asked By: Meg2414 - 10/19/2008
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trust your own eyes & mind... More
Answered By: Surak - 10/19/2008
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First of all, I would do a little research of your own. McCain didn't "win" the last debate.
Answered By: Red-HOT Obama mama! - 10/19/2008
No. Obama won the debate. He spoke with logic and sense. McCain just kept on attacking Obama and not offering any solutions.
Answered By: I ♥ President Obama! - 10/19/2008
I guess you just have a bunch of Republican friends... More
Answered By: ZCT - 10/19/2008
I don't think he did
Answered By: jero - 10/19/2008
I think Obama was much more at ease in the last debate, McCain seemed to come out ready for a fight, very much on edge, he is known to have a bad temper and he let us see some of that, as far as I'm concerned Obama won all the debates
Answered By: hoping for change - 10/19/2008
I don't know who told you McCain won the debate but, he clearly didn't. Maybe you were watching Fox News? You need to do more research on your own and stop listening to whomever. Go to each person's website and see who best represents whats best for you and your family. Use your own mind.
Answered By: Republican 4 Obama - 10/19/2008
McCain didn't "win" the last debate. He lost his temper, was accusatory, and defensive like he usually is. He feels is much more important to assassinate Obama's character than offer any solutions to the problems facing America.
Answered By: Swan - 10/19/2008
I don't think any of the debates this year had a clear winner. In the last debate, McCain got a lot of attention for being more assertive and aggressive, but at the same time he interrupted Obama and lost his cool a lot. I don't know why people said he won, I don't think either of them did.
Answered By: Lindie - 10/19/2008
A lot of people seem to think he won because he got in a few new sound bytes and talked a lot more than Obama... Tho he had to talk over Obama and interrupt Obama, and make faces, and distract... More
Answered By: Sleeping Gypsy - 10/19/2008
I am so disappointed in John McCain. Obama is so evil I have been supporting John until two weeks ago. His support of the bail out plan lost me. Voting for a plan that allows the government to buy private stock in our financial institutions is not only against the constitution it moves beyond socialism and is very... More
Answered By: mrconservative56 - 10/19/2008
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