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1/31 DEM Debate

Discussion in 'Elections & Political Parties' started by Bunz, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. Bunz

    Bunz Well-Known Member

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    Is anyone watching? I just flipped it on, things just started. I will say that it is historical and I think good, that the next likely President of the United States will not be a white male. I didnt know how long it would take to get here, but certainly the time is right.

    Ill be updating during it, if there is anything to post about.
     
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    USMC the Almighty Well-Known Member

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    I watched for about five minutes and got bored. I absolutely hate how sound-byte driven the whole process has gotten. And it's not just the Democrats, I find the Republican "debates" equally boring and repetitive.
     
  3. Bunz

    Bunz Well-Known Member

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    I dont disagree Jarhed. It just finished up. Last part there was talk of a Obama-Hillary ticket in some form. Neither one shot it down. Though I dont know if that is even wise.

    Both sides very well behaved. Tough to choose a clear winner in my opinion. I would lean toward Obama because I am supporting him, but am still objective in saying there wasnt a clear winner in my book.
     
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    I'm leaning towards Obama as well, though I thought Hilliary more than held her own. Except when she was trying to explain her vote for the Iraq war, that's a liability.

    Obama supposedly is gaining in the polls, could be an interesting Super Tuesday.
     
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