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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Come back to discuss tonight's Dem debate

Jon Craig will be blogging/analyzing/fact checking (maybe with some help from Howard Wilkinson) during tonight's Cleveland debate between Clinton & Obama, 9-10:30.

You can watch it on TV on NBC and MSNBC. It will also be streamed live on Cincinnati.com -- thanks to a feed from WKYC-TV in Cleveland -- and msnbc.com.

We hope you'll join us for an online conversation, as we'll be posting your comments live-time during the debate and for a while after.

Back at home:

Clinton's campaign is holding a debate-watching party at Sully's, 700 Race St., Downtown Cincinnati, with folks gathering around 8:30 p.m.

(Let us know if you hear of anything else.)


at 6:59 PM, February 26, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

When someone asks Mrs. clinton if she thinks her husband raped Juanita Broderick, I'll believe in the fairness of the process.

at 7:20 PM, February 26, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

"When someone asks Mrs. clinton if she thinks her husband raped Juanita Broderick, I'll believe in the fairness of the process."


at 7:33 PM, February 26, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

6:59 You're beating a dead horse. The pants dropper in Chief has gotten away with so much female abuse, his "wife" should have had him fixed.
You have to realize this is not a marriage, but a political power team. I don't like either one of the candidates, so I guess I'll vote McCain and hopes he picks Romney as a running mate.

at 7:47 PM, February 26, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

November cannot get here soon enough. I can't wait for the Democratic nominee to sweep all 50 states, all 8 counties in Ohio, and carry 40-50 Democrats into the House of Representatives and 10-12 new Democratic Senators. Then we can start taking our government and our country back from the crimial enterprise otherwise known as the Republican Party. We can subpoena and investigate them and their lobbyists. We can learn which members of the so-called Christian Right were using children for thei sexual enjoyment with Mark FOley, who else was golfing with Bob Ney, and who else was looting the Treasury for fun and profit. I look forward to the day when U.S. Attorneys, chosen for merit and not kowtowing to the NeoCon Bush Criminal machine, fan out across this great nation and shut down the money-laundering setups known as "Republican Headquarters" and shut down the GOP as a corrupt organization under the RICO statutes.

Just get here already, November!

at 8:10 PM, February 26, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 7:47
You have so many "we cans" in that mess that I think you have a mouse in your pocket.
Your Democratic U.S. Attorneys will do none of those things. You will lose representatives as the American public realizes their taxes are being used to support worthless causes like "free health care".
You try to tell the American public that Dems are honest and ethical, but you're just a tool.
Your shining star was impeached and never prosecuted for his sex crimes. There was no prosecution for the missing FBI files, the insider info on the stock deals, and stealing the American peoples' White House furniture.
You are delusional.

at 12:42 AM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush and family will escape to the land they have purchased in Paraguay.

at 10:39 AM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 12:42, no problem. The International Criminal Court can come get them and try them for war crimes if they do that. The Bushies and all their ilk will never be able to leave the U.S. for the rest of their lives.

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