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Third Party Candidates’ Debate Tonight on C-Span

Hi, Sportsfans.  It looks like we’re covering presidential debates back to back.  Had I known about this one tonight, I would have skipped the drone fest last night.  You can watch the debate on C-Span.  It’s moderated by Larry King.

For those of you who don’t know who’s running, check out this article in the Christian Science Monitor for a run down on the parties that are represented and profiles of each of the candidates.

So, set your bat channels for 9:00pm and meet me back here.  Feel free to join in with the liveblogging.  I’m a little burned out from last night and a busy day today.

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  1. Does anyone besides me find it very unsettling that so many presidential candidates this year have been Mormons? There’s Mitt Romney, Jon Huntsman, Rocky Anderson, and I *think* Gary Johnson. Are Mormons out to break some kind of record? And what does it mean that so many candidates are from sparsely populated states in the west? What is wrong with the coasts? I mean, that *is* where most of the people are.

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