If your TV is being otherwise utilized, the online place to check out the Democratic Primary debate in Philly, PA is: ABC Channel 6. Click the link in the red banner at the top of the page. Currently in commercials. Also, there's an interesting live undecided voter focus group graph reflecting opinion regarding what the candidates are saying. Tune in and catch up on the latest issues.


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Comment by Señorita Ruth on April 16, 2008 at 7:33pm
well put. i would also prefer no more circuses or their animals. i'd rather vote for the opposite ticket (Obama/Clinton) but really, we're slicing paper thin here.
Comment by Alicia on April 16, 2008 at 8:30pm
I am watching the debate and although I did vote for Obama in the primary and he had my vote since he announced he was running, I am very disappointed with him tonight. His answers are weak and he seems to be avoiding answering them altogether. This makes me question his ability. Does he have a real plan/strategy to turn our country around or are they all just good ideas?
Comment by Señorita Ruth on April 16, 2008 at 8:35pm
well, Hillary was bound to win one. I'd rather attribute his tired demeanor to a tougher campaigning schedule. i was not dissatisfied w his answers, he remains the more positive, less snide candidate and that counts millions for me.
Comment by Señorita Ruth on April 16, 2008 at 9:32pm
yes well. he didn't debate tonight now, did he? i'm getting really super tired of his "comedy" routine. not. funny.
Comment by NMBosque on April 16, 2008 at 9:42pm
I'm an Obama fan also, and I have to admit that Clinton appeared to have him on the ropes. He was slower to answer, hesitant, and Clinton's smile was like a laser beam. She used more references to the Philly politicians and locale, and he started many of his answers with vague structures, as though searching for words. I agree that his answers were not dissatisfactory, but Clinton certainly showed more polish tonight and each's body language was very expressive.
Comment by Señorita Ruth on April 16, 2008 at 10:27pm
some feel that the focus and attention was unbalanced from the beginning, w HRC getting away w more than BHO. glad the PA primary is close at hand.
Comment by Señorita Ruth on April 16, 2008 at 11:28pm
Comment by Blakeington on April 17, 2008 at 1:13am
I second that: we need a candidate now. Full-fledged Hillary supporter here, but I'm APPALLED that Obama has been drug through the mud the past couple days with his San Fran comments. I'd say that's why he was sluggish in the debate tonight, though I've always thought Hillary was more poised and fresh than him in all their previous debates anyway, and we all know her campaign has been drug through the mud more than a few times.
Comment by Señorita Ruth on April 17, 2008 at 1:17am
i can't imagine the amount of concentration and stamina it takes to undertake what they've chosen to see through. i'm saddened that people in both camps have at times been less than charming toward the other. but i guess any 'to the end' exchange is bound to experience some nastiness. i am looking forward to the end of the DNC and one candidate to rule them all...i'm super tired. goodnight!
Comment by Dan Ehrig on April 17, 2008 at 8:32am
I don't understand why this meme that Obama would agree to be Clinton's VP or choose her as his is still alive. This is absolutely not going to happen people.

Even if Hillary was ever a VP consideration, she has completely burned that bridge by stating that John McCain is a better presidential candidate than Obama is, among other attacks. He's already publicly stated that he would not accept the VP spot and he has no reason whatsoever to choose Hillary for his. I expect his choice to be one of: Janet Napolitano, Kathleen Sebelius, or Jim Webb.

Meanwhile, Hillary's fellow DLC member Joe Lieberman is angling for McCain's VP spot.


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