The Democratic Debate

I admit, I didn’t watch the whole thing live. I went to the bar in the middle of it. Bad punditry, I know. I have been following the clips and analysis pretty closely though.

The jackpot of analysis is Marc Ambinder’s blog. Relevant posts here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

The Democratic Strategist wonders if the medium was more important than the message.

Jay Cost argues that the debates present a classic collective action problem, and that far fewer debates would be both sufficient and efficient.

I am still waiting for Richardson to distinguish himself, but I am starting to think I might be waiting for a long time. Most people seem to think Hillary won, which is a damned shame, in my opinion. I really am not a big fan, although she still has my vote over anyone in the Republican field.

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