Edwards goes Federalist on gay marriage, quite persuasively: the government can’t tell churches who they must marry. He also asserts it is not the job of the President to legislate!
Gravel on future globe-trotting ambassador Bill: “He can take his wife with him.” More cackling from HRC.
Richardson on same: SecGen of the UN. A great answer until he spirals first into sycophancy and then segues into the awful answer of sticking Bill Clinton with the task of bringing peace to the Middle East.
Obama says we will solve Darfur nonmilitarily. An intriguing backpedal from his interventionist speech is drowned out in yet further cackling and ironic posturing about “my dear husband” leveraged immediately into broad policy critique.
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