AND SHE DIDN'T SIT FRONT ROW.
Unless Joe the Plumber becomes a national rallying cry (please, God, no), there was nothing McCain did that fundamentally altered the course of his campaign.
Who is this guy, and why did he hijack the debate last night?
Here's a roundup of some of the bars that will be hosting debate-watching parties tonight. C'mon, you weren't going to watch sober, were you?
McCain must create a game-changing moment without being negative; Obama just has to stand there. Who would you rather be?
McCain says Obama’s taunts have ‘probably ensured’ that William Ayers will be brought up in Wednesday’s debate.
Doubts are being raised in both liberal and conservative corners about the burden the plan places on taxpayers.
Michelle Obama, on the other hand, wore Narciso Rodriguez on Tuesday night.
McCain didn't help himself last night by repeatedly doing and saying things that, frankly, made him seem even older than he already appears.
Think Progress blogger Matthew Yglesias and Garrett M. Graff, author of 'The First Campaign' and editor at large for the 'Washingtonian,' discuss the generational split among voters, how our economy might be transformed for the better, and why, in the election, technology and innovation is the elephant in the room.
McCain calling Obama “that one” is being dissected by political observers, who, in a testament to the moment’s weirdness, haven’t come close to a consensus on its meaning.
McCain barely tried to alter the dynamic of the race last night, while Obama was a ‘message machine.’
Author Katie Roiphe and blogger Matthew Yglesias discuss Sarah Palin's latest attacks on Obama, what the silver lining of the financial meltdown might be, and why McCain will likely be declared the winner of tonight's debate.
The economy's in the can — what's another $3 beer? Here's a roundup of debate-viewing parties tonight.
We round up the top ten reasons this debate just isn't going to make a difference in the race.
It’s clear McCain needs to do something dramatic to change the direction of this race.
James Fallows of 'The Atlantic' and Katie Roiphe, the author, most recently, of 'Uncommon Arrangements,' discuss Sarah Palin's flirtatiousness last night, and which voters she was really winking at.
Did anyone really LOOK at this picture in the ‘Times’ today?
She's writing a book about young black politicians that will focus on Obama. Does this mean she should recuse herself from moderating the debate? Or is it a nonissue?
She’s ‘frequently up until the small hours of the morning in her hotel room trying to cram.’