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October 09, 2007

Today's Republican Debate in Dearborn

UPDATE (October 10): Right Wing News has a good roundup of rightwing reaction to the debate. Looks like the verdict on Fred is generally positive.

Yes, let's have a debate at 4 pm Eastern...everyone will be able to watch it! :-/

This is the first debate I have actually watched (other than highlights online the day after), and one of my complaints is the same as everyone else's: too many people, not enough time for substantial information.

The main reason I made a point to tune in was because Fred Thompson made his debate debut, and he didn't do too bad a job of it. His main problem is that his answers are so broad. He needs to be more specific.

And now, I'll turn to my friend Timothy B., who sent me his quick reflections on the debate, because they pretty much mirror mine:

Fred did okhe did get a dig in on Chris Mathews when Mathews said he should have stopped at the word no on a subject. Fred replied, "That's your opinion, Christopher."

Rudy and Mitt were the clear winners. It's a shame Rudy is pro-choice.

Brownback would be an outstanding VP.

Huckabee would also be a good VP.

Tancredo is like a little mouse running around squeaking -- although he does have some good ideas, no one takes him seriously.

Ron Paul has his head up his proverbial butt. Both he and Toncredo both said they weren't sure if they would support the GOP nominee. Who the hell are they going to support? Hillary!!

And I noticed that except for the little dig at Thompson (which was served right back), Matthews made an effort to control himself. Maybe his betters at NBC told him to shape up.

I'm not going to go into any more detail because one, I didn't take notes and two, I was trying to do some editing at the same time (and I received a phone call), so my full attention was not on the proceedings. But I'll be interested to see what others on the right say about this debate.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 06:31 PM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | 2008
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My guess is that Ron Paul will run as an independent rather than support a globalist. I guess we'll see.

Posted by: John Comeau at October 9, 2007 06:58 PM


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