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Friday, January 23, 2004

Globe Debate Reactions

The Boston Globe's lead editorial takes the reporters involved in last night's debate to task. "Outrage Number One was the arrogance of Fox News in deciding that the yammering of Chris Wallace, Fred Barnes, and Morton Kondracke was more interesting to voters than the final remarks of Democrats seeking to be president." I somehow didn't realize that's what Fox did, but now that I think of it, I never did see closing statements. After the Ted Koppel fiasco in New Hampshire last month, last night was a vast improvement I thought, even though the questions still could've been much better.

Jeff Jacoby also continues his ridiculous commentary on the Democratic race. "Hume really was terrific last night. Maybe it's not too late to get him on the ballot." Unfortunately for Jacoby, Hume is a Republican so he's unlikely to run in a Democratic presidential primary any time soon.