Jan 31, 2008



So the debate is going down tonight? I really want to know your opinion. Who did you think won the debate?
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31 comments:

  1. Oaky I am watching this debate. Can someone please tell me why there are nothing but celebrities in the audience? What is up with that? I know there are some normal and regular people in Los Angeles.

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  2. Oh my god, I was thinking that same thing. Where are the regular American people at this debate?

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  3. Didn't you see the crowd of people outside the Kodak Theater? Those were the regular people.

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  4. LOL!!! You are right, gibson, I saw those people.

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  5. Wolf Blitzer is trying his damnedest to bait them to taking swipes at each other.

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  6. Look at Maxine Waters Uncle Tom ass. She should have just remained neutral like she said initially.

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  7. Man if they put that camera on another damn celebrity I am going to scream.

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  8. They are actually asking some good questions in this debate.

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  9. I have to give it up to Hillary. That chick is great in the debates.

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  10. Good answer Obama. It is important to be right on Day 1.

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  11. Man, I'm still trying to figure out her 35 years of experience. Someone needs to break that down for me because I still don't get it.

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  12. She broke down her 35 years od experience. You must not have been paying attention.

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  13. Well, you have to admit that Obama is bringing people out to vote that normally would not have ever participated in the process.

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  14. Is this the Hollywood Debate? Am I the only one confused about this?

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  15. Oooh now I want to hear the answer to this question...

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  16. You know damn well she can't control Bill.

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  17. When did being First Lady qualify you to become President?

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  18. All I want is a united Democratic Party.

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  19. They put the common folks in the balcony.

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  20. I'm glad they cut out all the arguing and the bickering. They actually discussed issues this time around. I think the Democratic party won tonight.

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  21. I agree I think the Democratic Party won tonight. Both candidates are better than anybody that will emerge from the Republican Party.

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  22. I'm happy that cut out the bickering. I'm still voting for Obama, but now I have more of a level of respect for Hillary.

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  23. Hillary is never going to bring Barack on as her vice-president.

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  24. Now I disagree wiith Obama about illegal immigrants. We are not scapegoating illegals. They are bringing down wages and hurting everyday regular people especially African Americans.

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  25. I luv OBAMA!!!! I just love this man. He is what this country needs to move forward.

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  26. Just watching the two of them on stage speaks to the possibility of this country. I am for Obama all the way, but I do have to admit that I admire Hillary and I think she is a strong woman. I just don't think two families should be running the country for over thirty years. This is a democracy not a duocracy (if that is a word...LOL).

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  27. So when do you think Chelsea is going to run for President?

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  28. I am with Hillary on the Healthcare issue. I think she has been there and I think she knows what to do to get it passed. I don't think I should have to lose my house to pay for my medical bills. Healthcare shouldn't be a privalege, but rather a right that is given to all Americans. This is the main reason why I am voting for Hillary Clinton.

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  29. Girl, give Chelsea about ten to fifteen years and she will be in there.

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  30. Can someone please tell me why is anyone still undecided? These candidates have had countless debates and yet people still haven't chosen a person to vote for.

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  31. I still believe that Barack will win and Edwards will be his running mate. As friendly as the debate appeared tonite, the body language of the 2 dictate that there is still some unsettled emotions going on. Overall, it was a good and civilized debate.

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