There were a few things I liked about this segment. First off, I loved the input from regular people. Not pundits, not the "The View" ladies, not Matt Damon, just regular people with regular concerns. I was really interested in the difference of opinion and priority between the two people who had been involved in Iraq; while they didn't say what capacity they'd been there in, it seemed fairly clear that the guy had been a soldier while the lady did something that wasn't quite in the field (my apologies for the obvious speculation of this). The reason I thought that was interesting was that it reflected that the soldier was more interested in the treatment of returned veterans, whereas the person who might have had something more of a sidelines (albeit still important) role was more interested in strategic elements (aka John McCain's exit strategy of not having an exit strategy).
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Debating the debate
Props to Brent for showing us something he liked about CBS debate coverage (with embedded clip).
Posted by Printer's Devil at 3:47 PM