The polls and focus groups from last night show that Senator Obama, referred to as “that one” by Senator McCain, won. I thought that Obama clearly delivered a stronger performance last night. He scored with the more liberal wing of his party when he said that health care was a right, while McCain offered a more muddled answer. And to think that “town halls” are supposed to be McCain’s strong suit. As for the “that one” remark, a few weeks ago I remember Leslie Sanchez of CNN fame making an issue because Senator Obama called Senator McCain by his first name during the first debate. The Senate is supposed to be a collegial body where members know each other on a first name basis, but I don’t think that referring to a colleague as “that one” on national television is respectful or even very collegial. What do you think?