Shorter Hillary: YOU CAN TELL I CARE ABOUT HEALTH CARE BECAUSE I AM SHOUTING ALL THE TIME.
She is in favor of universal health care (now) and thinks it could take as little as… eight years to get there. She did this weird thing where she walked around during the question time rather than sit and talk like a normal person. (Though now Kucinich is doing it, too. Uhm…) Also, apparently people are “drowning in paper,” which sounds unpleasant.
She’s more concrete than Obama but eerily LOUD.
Shorter Dodd: I am actually Ernest Borgnine.
Actually, he was good. He did a no-tie thing, which looked fine but sort of whispered “I spent some time at the tables last night.” He also apparently started the “children’s caucus” in Congress, which is exactly what ruined Mark Foley. Now, that’s a joke, but he was actually serious about something else: he is old, and yet he continues to reproduce. “I’m the only candidate who gets mail from both the AARP and the diaper service.”
Uhm, not mutually exclusive needs?
Sorry. He seems engaged and serious.