>> March 7, 2010
Yowzah! I thought that would get your attention.
The Robot loves him some Palin!
TheCL of The Classic Liberal fame is moderating this edition of the Conservative Blogger Debate. To get you up to speed, here are some details I swiped from his site...
Last week's debate focused on the War on Terror:
- Round 1: The Conservative Blogger Debate- The War On Terror – Rebuttal
- Round 1: The Conservative Blogger Debate- The War On Terror – Question 2
- Round 1: The Conservative Blogger Debate- The War On Terror – Question 2 – Response
This week's subject is Sarah Palin!
Debate participants include T. Christopher from Republican Redefined, and Don from Present Discontent and Conservative Hideout 2.0.
9.7% unemployment; projected 1.5 trillion budget deficit; skyrocketing national debt; etc.) what impact, if any, do you think Sarah Palin's prior actions as governor or policy pronouncements more recently, would have on any given specific economic indicator or the economy in general? Don't feel restrained to the indicators given in your answer. Specific examples of her implemented policies/pronouncements are encouraged but not necessarily required.That's it for the set up. You can follow the debate and also join in the punditry in the comments section of the hosting sites. These are some genuinely nice guys. I don't think anyone would get shown the door for sharing their thoughts. Once again here is the link. Cheers!
Ed: This is not intended to be a referendum on why we are where we are but rather a question on whether the debaters think Sarah Palin's prior actions and more recent words if implemented would have any impact (good, bad or indifferent) on the situation as it exists.
UPDATE: The first response has been issued.
UPDATE II: The reply has been posted. A shot across the bow? Or a direct hit?
UPDATE III: The volley is returned!