By Paul Gleiser | September 27, 2008 | Print This
Here’s a roundup of reaction to the first of three presdidential debates. The first one was held in Oxford, Mississippi on Friday evening, Sept. 26, 2008.
Byron York of National Review remarks on the frequency with which Obama agreed with McCain.
A.M. Mora y Leon in American Thinker describes the reaction from Hillary supporters at a Republican debate-watching party in Los Angeles.
David Yepsen in the DesMoines Register says it was the most substantive debate in recent history and that McCain won.
John Dickerson in Slate says it was a tie with the draw going to Obama.
Gerald Seib of the Wall Street Journal says it’s the state of the world that shows the sharp contrast between the two candidates.