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Not Watching The Debate So You Don’t Have To

by @ 10:29 pm on June 5, 2007. Filed under 2008 Election, Politics, Republicans

Once again, I didn’t have a chance to watch the GOP debate on CNN tonight.

Quite honestly, even if I did, I probably would’ve skipped it.

In the meantime, a few brave bloggers took up the challenge.

Posting over at Pajamas Media, Stephen Green, aided as always by a few martinis (because politics always makes sense after consuming copious amounts of Gin & Vermouth) has his take:

9:00pm Now that it?s over, normally I?d try to wrap things up with something all sage and cynical. However, this ?debate? lacked depth, intelligence, or even simple fireworks. It washed over the viewer like a light breeze filtered through a closed window. Now would be a very good time to light up the grill, open a bottle of wine, and sit on the floor with the baby.

You know, the important stuff.

And, at The Liberty Papers, fellow contributor Kevin Boyd expresses similar thoughts:

7:59 PM: Debate is over?.thank God.

Actually, I think the debate ended because Larry King’s program was starting. But nonetheless, I’m glad I didn’t waste an hour of my life watching this.

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