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I mentioned earlier I've had zero interest in watching the GOP Debates. If were possible to have an interest of less than zero, then it would apply to the Donkey Drove Debates.
Fortunately, Jay Caruso of Red State, wrote Dem Debate Cliffnotes, and Leah Barkoukis of Townhall posted Everything You Need to Know About the Dem Debates for folks like me who have better things to do on a Saturday night.
What I did find interesting was that a Sanders Campaign was accused of hacking into the Hillary Campaign database. A Watergate-sized scandal was averted (so far) when a handful of Sanders lackeys were forced to fall on their swords.
While the Donkey Drove candidates quibbled on issues like how much "free stuff" they'll give away, Mark Steyn took a passing swipe at the Pachyderm Parade and warns us the "...Near East...it's nearer than you think."
I thought Mark's quote made a good title for this post, especially since only one candidate among both political parties, appears to have an idea of the jihadi threat we face.
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