A while back, we dropped cable. Didn't go for satellite. Instead, we decided to rely on the Internet for our television content. And, it's worked well. Except for one thing.
My Internet devices I use to receive TV content -- Windows 7 Media Center, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox -- none of them had last night's debate.
I wanted to watch the debate, so I feel like I missed something. Except I've already picked a candidate, so I wouldn't be watching to change my mind. I'd be watching to see who's going to drop out next.
So, I missed out on what all happened. Reports about who "won" the debate depends on who the person telling me who won was supporting before the debate. In other words, everyone's candidate won. But, since I didn't see it, I can't call BS on what people are telling me.
What all this means is I need someone I trust telling me who won, and why. That's where you come in.
Do you know anyone I can trust? Send them here to tell me who won the debate.
I have no dog in this hunt, as of now. I can tell you, though, that it is a two man race at this point. Perry and Romney. In my blog post I did give kudos to Newt for standing up to the liberal media moderators trying to pit Republican against Republican for Obama.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Karen. I saw your post and appreciate the info.ReplyDelete
I don't watch the debates simply because I can't remember the last time a sitting President was required to debate someone over anything other than getting to be President again.ReplyDelete
I'm much more interested in their position on certain issues, and the explanations of various gaffs after the fact are much more illuminating.