Irresponsibility on stilts

Hugh Hewitt was even less impressed by the Democratic debate than Andrew Sullivan was, and needs fewer words to capture the problem with it. Hugh asks, “What’s wrong with these people? It must be that none of these nine candidates or the two moderators really [believes we are at war]. If they did, the questions and the tone would be completely different, suffused with seriousness and purpose, not cut-and-run rhetoric from the leading candidates and ramblings from marginal political figures.”

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