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ArmoredGorilla said on April 16th, 2008 at 11:27 pm

That debate was a hit job and absolutely pathetic. A clear bias towards Clinton, nothing but distraction questions for Obama. It was so bad that the crowd booed the moderators at the conclusion.

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Bad debate, or worst debate ever? It’ll be enough to solidify Stephanopolous’s perception as eternal Clintonian lackey (and to take cues from Sean Hannity? Why not just break out Steve Doocy’s son again, or does Chris Matthews have an exclusive deal with him?), but I expected much better from Charlie Gibson. That’ll teach me.

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Charles Gibson was seemingly only interested in whether the candidates were raising his capital gains taxes. Go figure.

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malakim2099 said on April 17th, 2008 at 12:04 am

Makes me glad I didn’t bother watching. On the bright side, such an obvious hatchet job might actually help Obama with a sympathy vote.

*checks for eBay openings in Vancouver* :(

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man, i’m glad i’m not the only one who thought that about that “debate”

sheesh

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Surprising to no one, but the comment section for the article linked on Fark is raging.

God, that was an awful…not debate…mess, I think is the right description. Its not even the bias which bothers me – the lack of intelligence of the questions, and the inexperience of the moderators, especially Gibson, really grinded my gears. I miss the days of Russert!

…never thought I’d say that with a straight face.

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Apparently the ABC comments board is going nuts too. CrooksandLiars.com is having a field day with it.

At this point, I am taking the George Carlin approach to American politics. I don’t give a shit.

The conservatives, who have excelled in doing nothing these past 8 years but lie to themselves, are of course thinking that these questions were the exact questions that should have been asked long ago and are currently convincing themselves that Barack is an Al Qaeda operative in America.

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Understandable criteria for debates, since abcnews were the lovely folks who broke out the Wright “scandal”.

Really, Stephen Colbert’s satire isn’t as far fetched as this bull***t. He can’t compete with this market.

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Andrew W. said on April 17th, 2008 at 4:02 pm

Zenrage: Give the Cons a bit more credit. They also excelled at spending a bajillion metric fucktons of cash monies and doing exactlly three and a half shits more than jackshit with it.

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And sadly, NPR covered the debate with the great idea of ‘Oh, they were just preparing Obama for the general election.’

*sighs*

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