Take a look at the judgements of the third presidential debate.
McCain looked and sounded like a man who is floundering and doesn't know what to do about it.
-- Editorial, The Age (Australia)
In my mind McCain won the last debate by some margin
-- Ron Liddle, TimesOnline (England)
Presumably both writers are well-informed, politically. Liddle, who supports Obama, was a speechwriter for the Labour party in England. And, yet, they disagree. What could possibly account for it? And does this disagreement reflect something that might happen when a candidate meets a number of stakeholders within the same firm?
Hat Tip: normblog