Kennedy did look good. Better than I expected.
As for "Values", I am getting sick of that word. Everybody has values. Even Hitler had values. But US politicians bandy the word around like they and they alone have values whch they will bestow on us all if we will merely vote for them.
I get sick of hearing about "values" because it is a tacit admission that the candidates want to avoid other issues. None of the candidates really want to talk about the economy in any specific detail (beyond blaming the other party for the mess) because it only underscores that none of them have a solution that will fix the economy without pissing off their rich supporters. None of the candidates really want to talk about the wars in any specific detail (beyond blaming the other party for the mess) because it only underscores that none of them have a way out of the wars that doesn't piss off their rich supporters.
So, we get to hear about "values" yet again, which usually translates to shoving one group's rather arbitrary ideas of morality down everyone else's throats, and frankly I don't believe in wasting tax dollars to do that.
So, my apologies Michelle, but while I will still support your husband as being microscopically better than Songbird McCain, kindly take your platitudes about values and shove them. We have listened to politicians wax eloquent about values for the last quarter century even as they destroyed the most valuable thing we have; the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.