Breakfast in America: October 16, 2012
- Alex Pareene calls out the current debate formats. A lot of his ideas — such as younger, partisan moderators — are very good. Though his ideas about involving third parties risks making the debate more superficial as time is divided among more and more candidates.
- National Review is kvetching about the Benghazi “cover-up.” I still just don’t get it. The Obama administration was upfront about the fact that the attack was a premeditated terror attack from early on. So what was the cover-up? Thinking the attack was linked to all the other protests happening the same day? Why is that bad?
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