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In the news, October 16th, 2008

McCain to Obama: I am not Bush

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In case you missed it, last night was the last debate of the Presidential election season. With 19 days left until the big event, not much has changed according to the polls. Fifty-eight percent of debate watchers questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll said Democratic candidate Obama did the best job in the debate, with 31 percent saying Republican Sen. John McCain performed best.

The poll also suggests that debate watchers' favorable opinion of Obama rose slightly during the debate, from 63 percent at the start to 66 percent at the end. The poll indicates that McCain's favorables dropped slightly, from 51 percent to 49 percent.

Obama responded to continued Ayers links and more by saying he is the candidate who can bring "fundamental change" while he continued to link McCain to President Bush. McCain responded, "I am not President Bush
Obama is leading in national polls as well as in key battleground states.

Economic Fears Worldwide.

There were rising fears that the global economy will sink into a deep recession, if not in one already, has spread to markets around the world as markets continue to fall . Yesterday there were signs the U.S. economy is slipping further. One bright spot, crude for November delivery was down to $72.10 a barrel in electronic trading the lowest settlement price since Aug. 31, 2007
Careful where you have sex on the beach
A British couple was sentenced to three months in jail because the two were charged with having sex on the beach. The two Brits met at an all-you-can-drink champagne brunch before the alleged incident occurred. They were arrested in July and later charged with sex outside of marriage, public indecency and being drunk.
No address?

A judge has thrown out a Nebraska State Sen. Ernie Chambers lawsuit against God. The judge said that the defendant wasn't properly served due to his unlisted home address. In the suit, Chambers seeks a permanent injunction ordering God to cease certain harmful activities and the making of terrorist threats.The lawsuit says God goes by all sorts of alias, names, titles and designations and it also recognizes the fact that the defendant is omnipresent. Chambers says he filed the suit to prove a point about frivolous lawsuits. Chambers said senators periodically have offered bills prohibiting the filing of certain types of suits. He said his main objection is that the constitution requires that the doors to the courthouse be open to all."Thus anybody can file a lawsuit against anybody -- even God," Chambers said.


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