I mean no disrespect to Obama supporters, but I think McCain did a great job last weekend when he was interviewed by Rick Warren for Fox News. Typically, Obama is thought of as the one who gives great speeches, but when it came to answering tough questions, he really seemed to beat around the bush. He would ramble on and on without answering a question directly.
On the other hand, I felt like McCain answered the questions directly and without hesitation. I also agreed with most of his views and think that by far he would be a better president - even though we all know that the president really doesn't have that much power and is ruled basically by lobbyists and those in Congress.
I know many people don't agree with McCain's conservative view on marriage & abortion, but a precedent has to be set on what's right and wrong. We were having dinner with friends last night and one of them said, "If we don't set that precedent, what's going to stop me from going over to my neighbor's house and killing him because he didn't mow a straight line bordering his yard and mine?!" (I have that in quotes but I couldn't remember exactly what he said. That's just the gist of it!) I tend to agree. The law states killing is illegal, but why is it okay to kill a fetus? Rules or laws have to be set that establishes right from wrong. God originally set up marriage between one woman and one man and life begins at the point of conception. Those are facts. Period.
Since I like to keep my blogs short, I'll end my opinions here ;-) So how do you feel the interviews went?