Liveblogging The Debate & My Debate With Jeff Seemann

by John Hawkins | October 13, 2004 12:05 am

I will be liveblogging the debate starting tonight at 9 PM. Pop a bag of popcorn, grab a few beverages and tune in for the fun =)

Maybe we can come up with a drinking game by then? Let’s see…every time Bush calls Kerry a liberal, take a drink. If Kerry says he has a plan, take a drink. A Kerry mention of Herbert Hoover? Take a drink. If Bush says 1.9 million jobs created in the last 13 months? Take a drink. Keep adding some suggestions in the comments section and I should be able to have it up before the debate.

Also, I’ll be debating Jeff Seemann[1], a candidate for Congress in Ohio tonight, and the results will be posted at Blogcritics[2]. When the debate is up at Blogcritics, I’ll let you know so you can check it out.

*** Update #1***: I just finished the debate with Seemann. It should be up later tonight. I will give it the big link later tonight. Here’s a little sample of the action to whet you appetite. This is part of what I said in a debate question on the draft…

“You don’t need a crystal ball to know there isn’t going to be a draft. Almost the only people even advocating a draft are anti-war Democrats like Chuck Schumer. To even sit there and tell people there might be a draft when you know, 100% for a fact that it isn’t going to happen proves you’re too dishonest to represent a district in Congress.”

Oh yeah, it was on…here’s more from me on the same question,

“Nobody supports a draft except a bunch of anti-war Democrats and I find it to be totally irresponsible for someone who is running for Congress to claim that there’s going to be a draft when he knows the Bush administration and the military is adamantly opposed to it and there is almost no Republican support for it. That’s the sort of thing I expect to hear on crackpot conspiracy websites, not coming from someone who wants to represent the American people in Congress.”

Bam! Kaplow! Now that’s fun stuff for a debate…

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