I don’t blame Chris Wallace for this debate debacle. I blame the people who sent Chris Wallace out there to moderate without a taser.
This one kept my interest more, especially with four heavy-hitters in the debate. Here is what I saw and heard.
Andrew Yang – No tie and swearing during the debate nets him an immediate disqualification.
John Hickenlooper – Funny last name during the debate nets him an immediate disqualification.
In between moments of sheer boredom (because most of the candidates were all correct most of the time last night), I took copious notes that I will share with you.
Bill de Blasio – Rude, brash New Yorker who helped raise his profile significantly with his bravado. Uh-oh, that sounds familiar.
Tim Ryan – Looks like Bill de Blasio’s son. Nothing else to see or hear here. Move along.
The American Dental Association is making an unprecedented request to their member dentists across America … stay open late on Wednesday night.
I made the mistake of watching the Vice Presidential debate on Tuesday night rather than make another dryer lint bunny.
I learned a lot last night from watching the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. In no particular order …
With the decision to limit both candidates tonight to only factual statements, the debate has been truncated to 10 minutes. For those readers that may be Trump supporters, that means the debate will be shorter in length. Your (sic) welcome.
The final Republican debate has been canceled, but not because Donald Trump and John Kasich have decided not to participate.
As I watched the penultimate Republican primary debate last night, I speculated about what orchestral percussion instrument each candidate would play.
Wow, the series of 10 Republican Presidential debates taken together has been the best reality television series ever. Despite the lack of substantive discussions or facts, there was drama, comedy and conflict, exactly what you want from reality TV. Each debate saw candidates get “voted off” the main debate by how they polled with us, the general public. We even saw some “get rescued” from the junior debate and get back to the main stage when their poll numbers rose, again thanks to us. But there is just one problem.
In last night’s Republican Presidential primary debate, Ted Cruz revealed to the nation that he is bi.
I bought a so-called Smart TV. I’m considering returning it.