2ng GOP debate

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  1. TomVols

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    Does anyone know if this will be televised tomorrow night? I believe it's being held in South Carolina.
     
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    It will be broadcast live on Fox News Channel starting at 8pm Central time.

    And it's not tomorrow night, it is Tuesday night. May 15th. I believe it's scheduled to run for 1 1/2 hours.

    I'm unsure if it will be available in real time online for those without cable.
     
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    Go Ron Paul Go!!

    Kick the Establishment some more and make 'em cry!!!!


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    It is in fact on Tuesday nite on Fox News, and it's the 2nd debate, not the 2ng one :laugh: :wavey:
     
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    Who's the moderator?
     
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    "FOX News Channel Washington Managing Editor Brit Hume will moderate the debate and FOX News Sunday Anchor Chris Wallace and White House Correspondent Wendell Goler will ask questions of the candidates." (Source: http://www.scgop.com/News/Read.aspx?ID=4703)
     
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    Should be good. Hume and Wallace (the latter, moreso) have reputations for asking tough questions and not letting the candidates get away with running off topic (See Brian Williams). Hopefully the questions will not be "Paris Hilton" questions that were asked in their first debate.
     

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