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Democratic debate - I gave up
Posted by: McQ on Monday, January 21, 2008

First question - three answers, all the same - Bush, Bush, Bush.

What are these people going to have to talk about (or blame stuff on) after he leaves office?

Then they began squabbling on stage where charges and counter-charges flew. Hillary managed to get herself booed twice. Best line (if you're a dem) was Obama's when he said he was working in community service trying to do something about poverty when Hillary was a corporate lawyer sitting on the board of Wal-Mart.

Then, suddenly, the love fest - where they waxed poetic about how all three of them may have their differences but they weren't Republicans by God.

It was during the love fest that I hit the "off" button on the remote and started reading a book.

In between the squabble and the love fest were variations on their stump speeches and pat answers to issue questions you've heard a million times.

And Democrats claim they have an "embarrassment of riches" with these 3? Uh, I can go with the first word, but those other two aren't the two I'd choose to describe them.
 
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WalMart has done more for the poor than any government program ever could. They made stuff cheaper.
 
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And Democrats claim they have an "embarrassment of riches" with these 3? Uh, I can go with the first word, but those other two aren’t the two I’d choose to describe them.
I recently heard Monica Crowley use the same embarrassing phrase to describe the equally (OK, make that "almost as") lackluster field of Republican candidates. From where I sit, both groups are embarrassing, and neither particularly rich (except Romney, and then only in the literal sense of the word). Maybe it’s time to retire this embarrassing phrase altogether.
 
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I recently heard Monica Crowley use the same embarrassing phrase to describe the equally (OK, make that "almost as") lackluster field of Republican candidates. From where I sit, both groups are embarrassing, and neither particularly rich (except Romney, and then only in the literal sense of the word). Maybe it’s time to retire this embarrassing phrase altogether.
At least for this election season.
 
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