This transcends the Rep/Dem argument by light years. When it's all said and done, it's simply not right.
preach on, some people however, are not capable of transcending themselves, and must find a place to put the blame, preferbly on the party opposite of which they vote.
i have read over a ton of info about this debacle and there are plenty blaming each major party, i suspect the whole lot is guilty in some way.
The problem with the delay is that much time and money has been put into this, the university is supposedly over 5 mill in for it, i know i truely never understood how much work is involved in hosting one of these things, but it aint no cakewalk. There is no need to delay it, NONE. he can do everything he wants. I can GURANTEE you those cats are planning on being in office friday night at 8pm.
I wish they would just go back to the original top, which was supposed to be domestic policy, before mccain had the topic changed to foreign policy after the georgia issues blew up. he thought he would have an advantage. Now, why not just make it about domestic issues, including this economic situation. i think it would be extremely beneficial for the general public to hear how our future leader thinks the situation should be handled. and i admit, i want to see mccain try and defend his 'our economy is fundamentally strong' statement.