Thursday, December 15, 2011

LIVE FEED Tonight! Fox News GOP Presidential Debate (December 15, 9PM EST)


If you missed the Fox News Debate, I have the full video for you HERE. ENJOY!


Tonight's GOP Presidential debate at the Sioux City Convention Center will be hosted by Fox News and the Iowa Republican Party. It will begin at 9PM EST.

Confirmed to attend the debate are Rep. Michele Bachmann, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, Rep. Ron Paul, former Sen. Rick Santorum, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, and Former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney.

Fox News veterans Bret Baier, Chris Wallace, Megyn Kelly, and Neil Cavuto are tentative moderators of this debate.


I'm hoping to have an embedded live feed here by the start of the forum. What's been happening lately is that many of those supplying the feeds, are changing the codes at the last minute, making it more difficult to have the feed embedded in time. If the feed is not up by 8:55 PM EST, choose a feed from OPTION 2. THEN check back 5-10 minutes into the debate to see there is a live feed here.

NOTE: This feed may be choppy, depending on your internet connection and/or computer. The audio will be fine, but the video may seem slow. If this is a problem, hopefully there will be plenty of other viewing options in OPTION 2:


Press one of the feed buttons under the photo below. Hopefully one or more will work and stream the debate. A pop-up should open with the feed(s). You may need to choose the debate channel if it does not appear automatically, scroll down and/or across to view the debate in the pop-up window. PLEASE NOTE: If prompted to ad software on any of these feeds, DO NOT!! These are just advertisements and will disappear in 30 seconds. Also, try a few different feeds, because the quality may vary from one feed to the next. ENJOY!


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TexasConservative said...

I hope that each candidate brings his/her A game. That way voters can make a final decision based on each one’s success and not another person’s failures.

Mike said...

I don't know how you do this. I don't get Fox News. This is greatly appreciated.

Terrye said...

I watched it..I thought the first half was better than the second half...Bachmann was strong..Paul was nuts...Gingrich was a bag of wind...Perry actually did better..Santorum was snotty..and Romney was strong.

Bachmann really went after Gingrich..his majesty did not take it well.

Lionhead said...

@ Terrye. You might want to reassess your viewpoint:

As I mentioned earlier, a much larger sample of sentiment is required for a more accurate result. 250,000 is a good strong sample.

Romney is still a <25%er. Sorry.