Tonight’s presidential debate will begin at 9 p.m. Eastern. It will be televised by just about everybody except NBC, which will carry Sunday Night Football. The debate will be at Washington University, will be in a town hall format, and will be moderated by Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper.
One way or another, news will be made tonight. It could be one of the strangest evenings in recent history. Will Trump self-destruct? Or will he be able to dig himself out from the hole in which he finds himself? Will Hillary skate, or will the moderators put the heat equally on her? (Just kidding on that one.)
So, what better way to enjoy debate night than in the company of hundreds, or perhaps thousands, of fellow conservatives? Just go to Power Line Live and join the conversation, or, if you prefer, just watch what others are saying about the debate in real time.
You will be asked to log in. Logging in is easy. When you arrive at Power Line Live, you’ll be invited to enter a nickname. Enter anything you like, but keep it civil, of course. You’ll instantly be in the chat!
You can also click the button that says “Log in or sign up now!” This lets you use your Facebook account to log in. In this case, you won’t have to pick a nickname; we’ll get it from your Facebook profile. Click the Facebook logo, and then authorize Facebook to connect with chat. Once you do this, you’ll be in the chat. You can comment on the action and see what your fellow conservatives are saying.
Some of the PL crew will be there, but I am not sure I will be. I’m suffering from a severe case of Trump Fatigue and may read about this one in tomorrow’s papers.