Tuesday, October 11, 2011

LIVE FEED: GOP Presidential Debate (October 11, 8PM EST)

If you missed the debate, I have the complete video posted

The Washington Post and Bloomberg News are sponsoring an economic-focused debate
among the 2012 Republican presidential candidates at Dartmouth College in New
Hampshire on Tuesday, October 11, at 8:00 PM EST.

The debate will be moderated by Charlie Rose, Washington Post political correspondent Karen Tumulty, and Bloomberg TV White House correspondent Julianna Goldman. Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, businessman Herman Cain, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, Texas Rep. Ron Paul, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum will participate.


If all works out, there will be an on-site live feed below to watch the debate. The feed will not appear until just before the debate begins. If the feed is not running at 8:00 PM EST, move to OPTION 2 Below.


To view the debate, press the desired feed button below:
IMPORTANT: Press one of the feed buttons under the photo below no earlier than 7:50 PM EST. Once the pop-up window opens, you may need to scroll down the page to the live feed. Depending on your computer and browser, some will be able to use their mouse to do this others may need to use the "down arrow' on your keyboard. The feed should work fine if you have FIOS or a very fast connection. If not, it will be choppy. ENJOY!


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kim said...

This is great. I don't know how you do this.


BOSMAN said...

I'm glad Romney attacked Perry on health care. I emailed this post to him back on October 1:

Anonymous said...

Way to go Bos! You're doing the Lord's work, that's for sure. I loved it when Romney said Texas has a million children without healthcare.

This debate was probably the best so far. Romney didn't have to break a sweat. Perry is done for, and Cain is a nice guy, but unprepared for the job.


larry said...

When I heard Romney use those statistics against Perry, I remember your post with that plea.