Hehe. before they were screaming debates did change minds, now they are desperately praying they don't.
Just out of curiosity, does anyone believe voters minds were permanently changed as of tonight?
My position from the first debate was they were not. Kerry won Style, Bush won Substance, but neither but it away in that debate, though Kerry left himself open for attacks down the line such as his "Globel test" comment.
I'm not sure I fall into the line of thinking that any debate is going to sizeably register a permanent shift either way at this time. I think it's more a matter of small cuts up to election day that will finally push voters to make a decision Nov. 2nd.
I do think Cheney restored the slowed momentum of the Bush campaign, which is the most sizeabe victory tonight because it puts Dems back on Defense where we want them.
The only thing that worries me is all the "new voters" that the Dems have signed up, particularly in Ohio and Florida. Then again, most of the people I see getting registered here in Seattle are homeless junkies, who usually can't be bothered to show up anywhere besides the needle exchange and the methadon clinic.
I personally don't believe that. Edwards libs probably are home making excuses for their Pony tonight.