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As the week comes to a close, commentators are still reading the tea leaves stirred-up from Tuesday's Donkey Drove Debate.
For those of us who aren't professional commentators, the Official DNC Debate Drinking Game, may be the only way to sit through any of the upcoming ones.
There's plenty of articles on-line and TV news segments about the debates, but I'll only bore you with a couple that caught my interest.
The first is from Mona Charen, who explains why the Democratic Party is not for grown-ups (or "grups" for you fellow Star Trek fans).
Not only did this past debate avoid the grup concept of paying for Euro-sized social programs...but topics touching on foreign policy were avoided altogether.
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...but topics touching on foreign policy were avoided altogether.
Mark Steyn points this out in his Obama Vacuum interview with Hugh Hewitt.
To paraphrase Trotsky's quote about war: You may not be interested in foreign policy, but eventually foreign policy may be interested in you...
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