Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

In the heart of Hollywood before a star studded audience, Democratic presidential contenders Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama sparred Thursday in their last debate before Super Tuesday in a high stakes battle that took on a civility that had been missing over the past two weeks. The debate now down to just the two after John Edwards announced he was withdrawing earlier this week largely took on a tone of a celebration that the nomination of either a woman or an African American would be history making. While the candidates delineated their differences to some 2,500 at the Kodak Theatre and a national television audience, their exchanges sidestepped the bitter contentiousness that has previously marked their campaigns. Clinton, who holds a double digit lead in California polls, was firm on staking out how she differs from Obama on health care, the economy and immigration. In pressing her points, she maintained a statesmanlike demeanor and struck a conciliatory tone. "But the differences between Barack and I pale in comparison to the differences that we have with Republicans," she said. "And I want to say that first and foremost, because it's really . a stark difference." Obama, too, cloaked himself in a presidential air, quickly hammering home his endorsement by Democratic party icon Ted Kennedy and defending a position on immigration as more sympathetic to illegal immigrants than either Clinton or the Republican candidates. "I believe we can be a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants," Obama told an audience that included dozens of Hollywood celebrities. Attendees included Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Moonphase

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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

"Somewhere along the line," Obama said, "the Straight Talk Express lost some wheels." Debate over the war in Iraq brought up potential fireworks. Embassy and Iraqi civilians, Obama noted Clinton's vote for the war. "I don't want to just end the war, but I want to end the mind set that got us into war in the first place," he said. "That's the kind of leadership I'm going to provide as president of the United States." When moderator Wolf Blitzer said to Clinton, "That's a clear swipe at you," she deflected the lure Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review with a smile but added sarcastically: "Really? We're having a wonderful time." Despite the cordialness, both maintained that each would make a different president. And in what appeared to be one of Clinton's best debate performances so far during the campaign, she defended her past positions especially her early vote in support of the war without appearing defensive. And she made precise criticisms of Obama's own stances on issues without appearing to be harshly critical. Clinton sets tone And she appeared to set the tone of the debate from the start when she offered specifics of her health care plan and claimed the issue as her own. "This is the passionate cause of my public service," she said. Clinton even managed to downplay Ted Kennedy's endorsement of Obama by appearing magnanimous yet positive. "I have the greatest respect for Senator Kennedy and the Kennedy family," she said. "And I'm proud to have three of Senator Robert Kennedy's children, Bobby and Kathleen and Kerry, supporting me. "What I think is exciting is that the way we are looking at the Democratic field, now down to the two of us is, is we're going to get big change. We're going to have change. "I think having the first woman president would be a huge change for America and the world." Clinton said her presidency would create a no nonsense White House based on experience and wanting to correct problems created by the Bush administration. For his part, Obama said the upcoming presidential election will be important for more than just obvious reasons. "I don't think the choice is between black and white or it's about gender or religion," he said. "I don't think it's about young or old. "I think what is at stake right now is whether we are looking backwards or we are looking forwards. I think it is the past versus the future."

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

everyone from actor Leonardo DiCaprio and directors Steven Spielberg and Rob Reiner to recording legend Stevie Wonder, former Oscar winner Louis Gossett Jr. and actors Diane Keaton and Pierce Brosnan. At times, the candidates' friendliness made them appear more like they were paired on a Democratic ticket, leading to one question about whether the two might form a "dream ticket" against the Republicans a notion Obama quickly dismissed as premature. Downplays animosity Riding the crest of a win in South Carolina and Ted and Caroline Kennedy's crucial endorsements, Obama also downplayed any perceived animosity between him and the former first lady which had been a focal point when it appeared he had snubbed Clinton at President Bush's State of the Union address Monday night. "I also want to note that I was friends with Hillary Clinton before we started this campaign," he said. "I will be friends with Hillary Clinton after this campaign is over." The debate came the same day Obama's campaign reported raising $32 million in January, while Clinton's campaign reported raising $26.8 million from October through December, the most recent period she reported. While former presidential contender Edwards has yet to endorse a candidate, Obama attempted to claim a tie to Edwards on cracking down on the influence of lobbyists and special interests in Washington, implying that Clinton does not. "I think that a lot of issues that both Senator Clinton and I care about will not move forward unless we have increased the kinds of ethics proposal that I passed just last year some of the toughest since Watergate," he said. "And that's something that John Edwards and I both talked about repeatedly in this campaign. That's why I don't take federal PAC and federal lobbyist money. That is a difference." Both Clinton and Obama praised Edwards' contributions to the campaign, which could hang on how his supporters vote in next week's Super Tuesday primaries. At the same time, both candidates stressed Democratic unity for the upcoming fall election as each took shots at Republican front runner Arizona Sen. John McCain and chief rival former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney as well as at the Bush presidency. "It did take a Clinton to clean up after the first Bush," Clinton said, "and I think it might take another one to clean up after the second Bush." At another point, Obama took a jab at Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Gmt 600m

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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 39.5mm Review

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