(CNN) – Did you miss the candidates' faith forum?
Don't worry - you can catch the whole program on CNN.com.
Watch the forum: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4
Hear what Barack Obama and John McCain have to say about abortion, same sex marriages, leadership and faith.
You can also watch a replay of the forum Sunday night on CNN at 8 p.m. ET.
I would not watch a Litmus test if you paid me .
McCain united the Dems in 1 hour .What are you HRC voters going to do now. You heard him last night. A 72 year old man is gonna tell you what to do with your body and your life. It's your body let them hear your voice. Ready to overturn Roe vs wade ? Ready for war with the whole world ? Please ,America. Don't be stupid this time. lets show the right wing that America is still free. Obama 08
I watched the forum, it was great...McCain kicked Obama's Butt.
HOW CAN SOMEONE [Mc Lame] BE PRO LIFE & PRO WAR...??
I'm sure it will be played over and over and over and over ad nausem. No hurry. After all, it's a slow news day.
Sorry I had enough of McWar last night
seeing it twice would be nauseating
I thought McWar was as usual in his * war mode*
Sorry I happen to think he *exploits* his captivity in vietnam for *political points* and that was more than obvious last night
After all he is not the only captured pow in history just the most *glorified* one!!!
just another example of how *IF* you vote for him your going down the same path as the last 8 years
At least Obama will try and steer the country toward the change it so badly needs.
In my opinion Obama was much more sincere and humble
It seemed that McCain had the questions known to him ahead of time. He was wanting to answer the question about the Supreme Court judges at the wrong time – and Warren told him that question would come later. He also answered the education questions before Warren asked the specific questions and was just doing the intro to them. So did they give him the chance to meet with his staff to prepare his answers ahead of time?
Definately gonna watch it again...
And gonna tape and send the part where Obama says he wouldn't nominate Clarence Thomas because he wasn't experienced enough for a jump like that.
Isn't that exactly what you are trying to do? 3 year Senator who basically has had 1 year since the last 2 years you've been campaigning.
Pot meet Kettle...
Johnny Mac '08
Didn't want to see it the first time around. Have no desire to watch a replay.
Religion should be kept totally and completely OUT of politics.
Conversely, politics has no place in religion.
In my humble opinion, it was partly a Q and A . Barack answered the pastors questions, McCain was allowed to make a political speech. McCain spent most of his time bragging about his creds. telling worn out war stories, and beating the drum , military, military, military ! It does not matter who you support, the forum must be fair and equal. This one failed on both .
Take it for what it's worth. There was a big white man in a big white church, questions leading to right-wing agenda, in this big oppressed world.
I watched this forum on TV and was quite impresssed as I originally thought it was going to be all religious which it was not. I thought a lot of McCains responses were too quick. I was particularly dissatisfied with his answer to the question on what to do about evil. There has been evil in this world since mankind began and there is no way in Gods green earth that evil in any form is going to be defeated. I think Obama' s response that we have to confront evil and why we have to confront it was great. McCain seems to think that the way to settle anything is with force. This scares me. I certainly want a President who thinks before he speaks and McCain certainly does not do this.
BHO could not answer a question straight with out his polished speech crap. McCain was straight on. It's going to be interesting how the media is going to keep hot air in BHO and is WH chances that is slipping away daily.
I find it interesting that many people including media analysts, have identified a "winner" and "loser" of the discussion. How can there be winners and losers about faith and values issues. Are we saying we have lost freedom to have individual spiritual beliefs and values? The difficulty in the forum is that McCain spoke mostly from script rather from his soul. What a sell job!
Yep, I intentionally missed the forum. When no women are represented, I consider that the greatest "moral failing" of organized religion, Presidential politics, media conglomerates and this country.
McCain was pathetic. His comments on wealth in particular were insane. What an old fool !
You mean the forum that I didnt watch because I knew it would be an evangelical preacher feeding McBush easy questions. The guy knew that evangelicals were not falling in love with McSame, and this would be the way to get them on McBush's side. I have an idea! Let's have a did you cheat on your wife then dump her when she had an accident and then marry a beer heiress to pay your political ambitions forum?
The forum was an interesting format. Warren is pretty much an egomaniacal hustler as far as I can tell but posing more or less identical questions to the two candidates and letting them answer without a lot of badgering worked pretty well, I thought. Both candidates did well and viewers got a good long look at both of them. More of this, please, instead of the "gotcha" tactics of the media talking heads who are more interested in scoring points for their own resumes than in helping voters find out what they need to know.
Where's Chuck Baldwin, Bob Barr and Cynthia McKinney? They are on the ballot also.
yes please listen to it yourself. the selected parts you are seeing on CNN is totally misleading, any other network is unlike CNN giving McCain a clear victory showing obama up as an inept eh ahwer
Did McCain know the questions in advance?
When Warren was formulating one question to McCain (I think it was about abortion), McCain interrupted and asked: "Are we going to go back to the one about the Supreme Court justices?"
That seems to be a clear indication that McCain did know the questions in advance.
i could not bear to listen to McCain talk about himself for another hour. thanks but no thanks.
Ah...um...Obama's preformance was ....ah...um..you know...ah ..a bit...um, weak.
Unless..ah...um...of... of course you like one ...ah...one..ah...hour of ...um...stuttering and stammering.
And the Obama vs. McCain polls – dead heat with McCain rising. Obama has outspent McCain in FL 1.8 million to zero yet McCain is still leading in FL.
Democrats should really regret that Hillary is not their nominee (despite getting more votes).
McCain clearly came out above Obama
Once is enough for me. Too much Warren and religion.