The Democrats “Rock the Boat”

Tonight the Democratic Presidential candidates had their latest “debate” at Faneuil Hall in Boston. A transcript is here, but be forewarned, it isn’t for the faint of heart. In the entire event, there was not a single glimmer of intelligence. Not only was it nonsense, it was grotesquely undignified nonsense. This was the conclusion. Really:
“QUESTION: You guys seem to get to know each other fairly well. I’d be curious to find out, if you could pick one of your fellow candidates to party with, which you would choose. But keeping in mind, partying isn’t just, you know, who do you think can shake their groove thing.
(LAUGHTER)
“I mean, we’re talking, who’s going to be loyal to you? Who is going to stand by your side? If you get sick, who’s going to hold your hair back?
(LAUGHTER)
“QUESTION: Second of all…
(APPLAUSE)
“There’s more. There’s more to it. Who’s going to be a team player, you know, if you–imagine if you were single again. If you see a cutie across the room…
(LAUGHTER)
“…who’s going to be your wing man? Who’s going to take one for the team?
(APPLAUSE)
“COOPER: I think that question probably goes to everyone. Who would you like to party with of this group?
“(UNKNOWN): My brother.
(CROSSTALK)
(APPLAUSE)
“COOPER: Senator Lieberman?
“LIEBERMAN: I hope my wife understands this. I’d like to party with the young lady who asked that question.
(LAUGHTER)
“You’re good.
“COOPER: Reverend Sharpton?
“SHARPTON: I hope mine understands it. Probably the best person I’ve met to campaign, to party with–Mrs. Kerry. I’m sorry.
(APPLAUSE)
“KERRY: I was going to choose Carol Moseley Braun, but now I’m going to have to choose you so I can keep an eye on my wife.
(LAUGHTER)
“COOPER: We have 30 seconds left. I just want to thank all the candidates for coming out tonight, very much appreciate it.
“And I want to thank the crowd. You did a great job.
(APPLAUSE)
“I’m Anderson Cooper for CNN and ‘America Rocks The Boat.'”
Who could possibly take these clowns seriously?
DEACON responds: Registered Democrats, that’s who.

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