It's on NPR, and it started at 2, and thus far the Democratic candidates are saying nothing surprising, although the downy softness of the radio format makes the attacks seem a little blunter. The debate about the Kyl-Lieberman Iran resolution, so boiling hot in previous debates, is pretty substantive, apart from the predictable invective of John Edwards.
Clinton: I supported the resolution as part of diplomacy with Iran. We need carrots and sticks: That was a stick. Iran changed its behavior because of the resolution..
Biden: Malarky. Ain't a damn thing changed.
Obama: We installed a government with ties to Iran: The idea that Iran wouldn't have influence is ludicrous.
Gravel (he's back!): Why are we mad at Iran for helping out Hezbollah and Hamas? They're allowed to do that if they want to.
More Clinton: "I was the first of anyone at this table to speak against Bush taking us to war with Iran."