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Later: Liveblogging the debate- body language observations

Last week when we did this, I found it very entertaining.  As I mentioned before, I don’t usually follow the debate in real time but you can if you like.  What I’m really interested in is the body language, so I sometimes stop my DVR and examine just the faces, posture, behavior and position with respect to one another.  Last week, Obama was disconnected from Clinton when she talked.  Clinton, on the other hand, did very well but she should check the height of the camera on her face.  It frequently looks like her head is tilted too far back, giving her an air of superiority.  Well, she is, but that’s not the message she wants to convey if she wants people to vote for her.

So, stop by later and we’ll do the live blog.  See ya!

3 Responses

  1. I look forward to reading your take on the body language of the candidates in tonight’s debate. I will listen to tonight’s debate and answer the questions as they were directed to me in my blog. I am running for president as an independent.

  2. I think I’ll follow your live-blog and NOT the debate. …. 🙂

  3. Obama’s chin is totally always lifted in her presence…I find it highly annoying….What a fraud…..

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