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Live Stream of Huckabee’s Republican Debate

I will attempt to live stream tonight’s Republican debate hosted by Mike Huckabee – billed as an uncontentious “forum” – so everyone can comment along here. Will let you know if I can get a feed.

Keith

UPDATE: My apologies for not being able to offer this.

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21 Responses to Live Stream of Huckabee’s Republican Debate

  1. Thanks Keith, I will be looking forward to it. I don’t know if you know how many people read your blog daily in a reader like Google reader, but I do, and I appreciate you making it available.

    Thanks.

  2. This is nice… Good timing with Syria, Iran, Israel, the pipeline, the Ohio sands project they just suspended, the failure of his super committee..

    Any chance we can move his stuff out to the curb while he is away?

    President Barack Obama has announced his Christmas vacation to Hawaii – for a staggering 17-day trip.
    Obama, who visited the island just two weeks ago for an economic summit, will head to Honolulu on Saturday December 17 until Monday January 2.
    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2069471/President-Obama-jet-Hawaii-SEVENTEEN-DAY-Christmas-holiday.html#ixzz1fWPOf5Hu

  3. Keith. Can’t figure out the live streaming but have fox news so no issues.
    Anyway, eager to get your thoughts on the format.
    As for me I’m impressed and find this to be quite interesting.

  4. It is disgusting to watch *all* the candidates suddenly parroting Ron Paul’s ideas about smaller government, which agencies they would axe, etc. I thought Dr. Paul’s ideas were “too extreme?!?” Their hypocrisy and flip-flopping is palpable. Only Ron Paul has been consistent, and therefor credible. Only Ron Paul has integrity. To paraphrase Bill Clinton, “It’s the *tyranny*, stupid!”
    PS – I do like this format. Equal time, no audience interruptions, no cat-fights. We’ll see if you treat Dr. Paul fairly…

  5. A very intense no-nonsense format. I like it – a lot. No bells, no whistles – Sgt. Joe Friday: “give me the facts, just the facts.”

  6. Dr. Paul got a fair shake but I still think he is a bit like the
    crazy uncle in the attic. Wish I could go for him but don’t like the
    isolationist plank and he doesn’t pass the “secretary of what” test.
    If he doesn’t make the trip to the white house, he could be Secretary of what?
    If that is a blank why would you want him to be President. Yeah HHS is potential but….

    However, I do agree with you that he has shaped the platform and
    debate and in a good way. One of the many purposes of the primary is to define the
    party platform… Ron and Herman made good contributions.

  7. Thank you for a great debate, good questions, really helped us to know more about candidates. Thank you Mike and Fox, an Attorney Generals.

  8. I missed it but am hearing this morning that it got great reviews for the format. I hope Fox replays it. The other networks are out for “the kill” in hosting debates. Kudos to Huckabee for understanding what voters want to hear from the candidates.