How can one's opinion be presented as fact?
How about by saying this:
"...but Democrats can't come to grips with Edwards being taken to the woodshed last night."
"Can't you sack up and own the fact that your man got boat-raced last night?"
"Edwards got his ass handed to him by Cheney. It wasn't even close."
Those comments speak of absolutes. You actually use the word "fact".
They do not include phrases like "I think"..."In my opinion"..."From what I saw"...which would give you ownership of the statements, and therefore, it would be clear that it was your opinion.
But you say it this way because it's what you want to believe. You are so overwhelmed by your support for Bush/Cheney that you cant view it objectively. Anyone that can, witnessed a draw, not a one sided affair for either candidate.
Now, my take of the VP
debate? Very even, therefore a default win for Edwards. I think open-minded voters will see that though inexperienced, he held his own against a grizzled vet like Cheney.
Hmmm, never thought I'd use the words Cheney and veteran in the same sentence, but there it is.