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Much has been made of Michael Bloomberg “buying” his way into the election by outspending every campaign combined times 100. Many people are saying, “Well, Bernie Sanders is a millionaire, so same-same.” Here’s why it ain’t.
Let me explain to you how the second Democratic presidential primary debate, day 2 is a microcosm for all that is wrong in America today. No really. You’ll want to read this one. It’s good. I make predictions and everything.
Due to unforeseen circumstances tonight’s live blogging of the live debate has been cancelled. We’ll resume our regularly schedule erratic schedule of posting once we’ve arrived safely back in China.
The best thing about Day 1 of the second Dem presidential primary debate is that it uncorked a pent-up snark stream of sarcastic and profane observations. I make predictions about the future of the candidates and report to you what I found to be important.
Day 1 of the second Democratic Primary Debate is a wrap. It was spicy and feisty, but substantial. There were lines — I wrote the damn bill! Why do people run for president to say what we can’t do?
Here is my blow by blow. I’ll be writing up impressions in a separate post.
The Dems presidential candidates were debating on day 2 of their first debate. It was Rock ‘Em, Sock ‘Em Robots for much of the debate. There is but one question, though, who won? Get the psysplainer for how to interpret the outcome of day 2’s debate!
The first debate of Election 2020 is in the bag, or at least the first day and the first 10 are. So, who “won” from the first ten? How do we know?
With so much at stake — literally the survival of our democracy — in the 2020 election, who will be the Dem candidate? Who will be the best candidate? How will the debates affect the race? I go over the criteria I’ll use to evaluate the first debate winner in the run up to live-blogging the live-streaming of the debates.
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