Debateblogging: On Message

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It's becoming clear that Lehrer will save himself time and trouble if he limits his questions to: "Are terrorists bad?" and "People tell me something important happened in September of 2001; can you remind me what that might've been?"

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  1. Great – Bush just pulled out the ol’ “if you criticize what we’ve done in Iraq you’re a lousy leader” line.
    Oh – and I don’t know if folks had heard about this, but it turns out John Kerry was once in Vietnam.

  2. I’d ask relevant questions about real issues.

  3. if you criticize what we’ve done in Iraq you’re a lousy leader

    Well, he was pointing out that Kerry had said that.

  4. “Well, he was pointing out that Kerry had said that.”

    At least the part of the debate I was referring to it seemed clear that he was responding to Kerry’s comments about how Iraq was getting worse and the planning was all wrong; and he was concluding that these comments made Kerry unfit to lead.

  5. I haven’t seen that many softball questions since the bar at the last Melissa Etheridge afterparty.

  6. I’d stick to ‘Sex and the City’ trivia.

  7. “I haven’t seen that many softball questions since the bar at the last Melissa Etheridge afterparty.”

    I haven’t heard someone say repeat “it’s hard” for that long since that girl I dated in college.

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