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The question of the day is, will Sen. John McCain go to the debate tonight? (UPDATE: Yes)
If he does not go, here are 2 possibilities:
1. Send Governor Palin. She seems to have done well impressing the various leaders at the UN meetings:
The presidents of Iraq and Georgia gushed over Palin as they met with her yesterday. And Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai told an audience Tuesday night after meeting Palin earlier that day that she asked all the right questions.
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari expressed great joy in meeting her during the short photo session at the start of their meeting that was viewed by reporters and cameras.
"You are even more gorgeous than you are on the [inaudible]," Zardari said.
"You are so nice. Thank you," Palin said.
"Now I know why the whole of America is crazy about you," Zardari said, as his handler told them to shake hands for the cameras.
2. Last night Ann Coulter quipped, Barack Obama could debate Joe Biden! ;-)
I will be watching tonight to see what develops. Even if John McCain shows up, it will be disappointing to me. For some reason, I thought teleprompters were not allowed at the debates, I now know differently. (No wonder only the Town Hall meeting invitations were declined.)
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