I saw during the debate. Barack’s condescending remark, “good for you”, wasn’t thefirst thing that irked me as I watched the final debate between these two.A slewof bold face lies, a condescending laugh every time McCain caught him lying, andgenerally acting like he was already in the White House. Too bad for him that hewas stopped the other day by a plumber who challenged his tax plans.I though about what the CNN news team was saying after the debate, that Obamafell flat, that his message just didn’t work last night, and they were right. After allthe commercials, it seems that it is getting tiresome, that now that we know thetruth behind his allegations, his claims that 95% of Americans will get a tax break(can’t be that much with one third not even paying taxes, more like increasedwelfare to me), is all talk, “just words” as Barack said in one of his earlierspeeches. To me, reexamining the debate, it was like watching a boxing match.After the start of the first round, John McCain knocked him down twice, once onthe economic recovery plan, once more on his tax plan and “spreading the wealth”,and while he didn’t get the technical knock out, the match was already over. SureObama did get in a few good jabs, his health plan sounded simple, and his educationplan was easy to understand(though he lied about the DC superintendent onlysupporting charter schools, not vouchers, which even Michelle Malkin picked up onin her debate liveblog), but he didn’t have any serious connecting blows. What thiscame down to was simply that Barack’s efforts to stay in the fight last night wastoo little, too late. All they can do now is damage control.Joe Biden came out today attacking Joe Wuzelbacher, saying that he didn’t knowany plumbers named Joe, especially those making serious money. This coming fromthe manwho can’t count the number of letters in the word J-O-B-S(it is four Joe,four letters, not three), so you can tell they were shaken up by Mr. Wuzelbacher’swords.Even Barack Obama, the guy “standing up for the middle class”, decided toattack the one of these very people.“How many plumbers do you know that make$250,000?” was one of the things he was touting at his rally today. Both him andBiden missed the point completely, that those like Joe won’t be able to make thiskind of money if the economy can’t start moving again, and it won’t if their taxplans get implemented. As imperfect as Mr. Wuzelbacher is, it shows very littleclass to go out and attack a man of simple means simply because he doesn’t agreewith your platform. What should we expect though from a personwho blames FoxNews for his own failings?What should we expect from a man who has had hissupporters demonize McCain’s group as homicidal racists(which is contrary to whatthe Secret Service is saying)?