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The Democrats Debate -- Round 2

GOFFSTOWN, N.H. -- The Fix is on location in the Granite State, where the temperature is in the 50s and it's drizzling, but people are already out in droves to cheer on the candidates as they prepare for the second Democratic presidential debate (this one sponsored by CNN).

The action here at Saint Anselm College doesn't start until 7 p.m. ET, but the filing center is already abuzz with excitement (and, for this reporter, hunger).

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's (D-N.Y.) organization is already flexing its muscle. Signs supporting the New York senator are everywhere -- including on an extended cherrypicker. Impressive.

Every cause under the sun is represented, from Sept. 11 conspiracy theorists to environmental activists (our favorite sign "Save our Syrup -- Stop Global Warming Now") to scads of war protesters.

We'll be live-blogging the debate once it gets started. Stay tuned.

By Chris Cillizza  |  June 3, 2007; 5:28 PM ET
Categories:  Eye on 2008  
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I am waiting for Chris to make up a term like "The Signage Primary" so that he can declare Clinton the winner of it.

Posted by: DTM | June 3, 2007 6:25 PM | Report abuse

Well, first of all, I have always listened to Chris Cillizza when it came to political comments, but after today's words on (I believe it was) CNN where he likened the Ron Paul moment with Rudy G to some moving words like 'you're not Jack Kennedy', I was purely shocked. My first question there Chris is why would your logic ever portray that moment with the current moment? Surely, you do not think that planes were taken-over to bam buildings just out of the clear blue sky.. that is, without some provocative action on our behalf (that's USA). Surely you studied stimulus-response while studying for your valuable minds words, or were you in a black-box. In sum, I do not feel like typing a thousand words over such idiocy on your part, but Chris, I expected better from you. Just what is it--why would you not find value in the words and guts of the words spoken by Ron Paul? If you do not give a care, that's your decision and I'll just put you in the decider category. In the meantime, there are plenty of neo-cons, liars, deceivers and Zionist willing to buy your morrows lunch. I'll remember you now! www confidentialsources com

Posted by: William Harrison | June 3, 2007 5:50 PM | Report abuse

I'm just hoping that one of them will actually give a reasonably smart and informed answer on Iraq. No more "we'll see."

Another good debate preview

Posted by: cfl | June 3, 2007 5:42 PM | Report abuse

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