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Republican Debate Wrap Up

by @ 7:37 am on May 4, 2007. Filed under 2008 Election, Politics, Republicans

I completely missed last night’s Republican Presidential Debate (I know, bad blogger). What can I say, it’s been a long week, I was tired, and not in a mood to listen to a bunch of politicans talk for two hours. Oh, I’ve got it on TiVo, but I doubt I’ll actually watch the whole thing.

Thanks to the blogosphere, though, it’s not that hard to figure out what happened last night.

Stephen Green stepped up to the plate with his patented drunkblogging. Because, of course, American politics is more tolerable after a martini or two, or three.

Ann Althouse live-blogged as well, though without the alcohol.

Over at The Liberty Papers, co-blogger Kevin provided liveblogging and Brad Warbiany does a post-debate wrap-up

James Joyner presents a round-up of analysis and liveblogging and some video too.

And, Rick Moran sums the entire two hours up in one paragraph:

As I watched the gaggle of Republican Presidential pretenders (for the most part ? there are two who I could see with their hand on the bible taking the oath on the Capitol steps in January, 2009), I was struck by how truly bereft the GOP is of political talent at the national level.

From what I’ve read this morning, it seems like McCain and Romney actually did pretty well. Ron Paul, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to have impressed anyone.

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