Monthly Archives: October 2008

The Third Presidential Debate – McCain Gets It Right

Finally, after two previous attempts, John McCain got it right. If you’re a subscriber to my blogs, you’ll recall that I explained why Barack Obama previously has had superior performances. During the past two weeks, the press buzzed with the … Continue reading

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The Leadership Styles of John McCain and Barack Obama

The recent financial crisis has given us a unique opportunity to understand the leadership styles of the U.S. Presidential candidates by studying the way they communicated their views of the U.S. financial crisis last week. McCain heatedly called upon the … Continue reading

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The Second Presidential Debate – Advantage Obama

Here we are 48 hours after the Second Presidential Debate on October 7 and most of the polls have picked Senator Barack Obama the winner over Senator John McCain. A CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey suggests that Obama won, 54% to … Continue reading

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The 2008 Vice Presidential Debate – Whew!

The parties of both candidates exhaled a collective sigh of relief as the first and only Vice Presidential Campaign for 2008 came to a close last night. Regardless of party lines, the candidates exceeded the expectations of the largest television … Continue reading

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