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Will you be scoring the debates?

What awards a point or takes one away? How important is it for one candidate or another to rack up the most points as far as your vote is concerned? In other words, if your favorite falters badly, will you still support him?

Personally, I'm hoping the two gentlemen can be natural. I would prefer an honest look at each in a comfortable setting rather than see a cage fight to the death. Up until now, we've seen anything but their best. As for scoring the debates, I won't. If I want to critique a performance, I can pay to see a play. Of course, at my advancing age, I'm most concerned about nodding off and missing the whole thing. Happy

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LOL! NOT in this house:)

It will be movie nightHappy I will just be glad when it is all over so tired of politics from both sidesSad

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Not on paper or anything, no

In fact I am planning to avoid CNN's coverage because last time the screen was so overloaded with graphics, "instant viewer response meters" and other "look what we can do!" tech BS that it looked like a sports broadcast.

I'm sure I'll make mental notes as it goes on, but that's about it.

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PBS can't afford all that

Usually the easiest to watch debates on.

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