October 14th, 2004, 06:12 PM
Factcheck just released its analysis of last night's debate.
The last report showed that both candidates were wrong on some of their figures, and I was wondering before last night's debate took off whether or not the candidates would stick with those (wrong) figures, or correct themselves and use the correct ones. I guess it makes more sense to stick with the figures you used in the last debate, even though they were wrong, than using corrected figures and contradicting yourself. And that's exactly what happened.
Here's the analysis.
October 14th, 2004, 09:04 PM
Yeah, I read in today's newspaper about the "wrongs of the debate" so to speak and that both parties had scured facts. Hrmm, nobody's perfect IMO but Bush.. well, Wrong is his middle name.