Rob and Will serve up roast elephant for The Lunch today, by taking a look at last night's intra-party GOP smackdown! Top candidates went after each other, then set their sights on Hillary Clinton in yet another debate. Don't miss the highlights!
Following an aggressive debate last night, the democrats feast on Hillary for today's Lunch. In today's show, Biden jabs, Dodd punches, Edwards smacks, and Obama smirks. Don't miss the highlights, plus an unexpected UFO sighting!
The Democratic candidates (save Mike Gravel, whom MSNBC chose to bar for failing to meet certain polling requirements) took the stage Tuesday night at Drexel University in Philadelphia. It was the first debate since Senators Obama and Edwards had vowed to take more aggressive aim at their frontrunning opponent, Senator Hillary Clinton. Did she survive the onslaught? And what does everyone think about Iran? Find out all the answers in today's Debate Highlight Reel episode of TPMtv.
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Mike Allen joins James Kotecki for breakfast on the beach as the two digest the performances in last nightâs Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate on CNN.
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Former Senator Mike Gravel (Alaska) was excluded from the CNN debate in Las Vegas. He spoke with Diane Rehm for Retirement Living TV about his exclusion.
What would compel a human to toss his feces in a monkey-like celebration? The answer lies in my intense session watching the 'CNN YouTube Republican Debate' last night.
The retired Brigadier General who asked about gays in the military during the CNN/YouTube Republican debate actually has ties to the Clinton campaign, Rudy Giuliani takes advantage of the YouTube format, and hereâs my pick for the most underrated question of the debate:
TPMtv Highlight Reel: CNN/YouTube GOP Debate
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Jackie and Dunlap deconstruct the CNN/YouTube Republican Debate.
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This is video of the debate between the University of Texas at Austin Chapter of Campaign to End the Death Penalty and Young Conservatives of Texas on January 29, 2007
The debate was in the Oxford style, with alternating speakers from each side debating a resolution that the death penalty be abolished. Each side also had a "questioner" who asked one or two questions from the other side, designed to point to the weaknesses in the opposing side's argument. In the middle of the debate, there was a short break in which audience members made comments and asked questions.
The yays won 114 to 43 on the resolution to Abolish the Death Penalty!
Duration: 75 minutes