(P)2004 National Cable Satellite Corporation
What a great bonus for your audible listeners.
After listening to the aublible content from the Democratic and Republican conventions, I knew, on the night of the debate, you would have the debate content available as well.
I therefore relaxed and enjoyed the baseball playoffs on TV (same time as the debate) and I was able to listen to your production of the debate the next day.
Edwards showed mastery skills in debate. When Cheney did say something of substance, it turned out to be false or distorted. Cheney finally resorted to an ad hominem attack on Edwards' record in the Senate, so Edwards blew Cheney's legs off by returning the favor. You would have had to have been asleep during this debate to think that Cheney scored any points at all--he was so underprepared on the issues. At least twice, maybe three times, Cheney simply had nothing to say in response and forfeited his talking time. Edwards, on the other hand, knew his material, conducted himself well, and won the debate hands-down. Both candidates kept their tone civil but hackles were rising at the table. When Edwards pointed out that Cheney had voted against a Martin Luther King holiday and a resolution to free Nelson Mandela, and Cheney couldn't respond, I nearly choked to death from laughing.
Thanks for audible the provision of the vice president debate~ The Audible is to be highly appreciated for the gratuitious service in helping the promotion of political awareness for not just Americans, and all the civilians in the world...
Benediction from Hong Kong for a prospective future for the world..
I wanted to you guys (gals?) at Audible for the free audio. It really augments my listening experience, and is a bonus I mention when describing Audible to my friends. Thanks guys.
That said, this debate was a hoot. Edwards got served!
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