May 3, 2007

Debate Coverage At Blog Talk Radio and Heading Right

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Tonight, the first Republican presidential primary debate airs at 7 pm CT -- and Blog Talk Radio and Heading Right will team up to cover it. The entire team at Heading Right will be posting live at the site, offering a running conversation as the 90-minute debate progresses. Over a dozen top conservative BTR hosts will debate the debate, live, at the site. Some will also live-blog the debate on their home blogs.

At 9 pm CT, about thirty minutes after the end of the event, we will launch Debate Central, a new debate forum for BTR. I will moderate a post-debate roundtable with a number of BTR hosts for 30 minutes. We'll talk about the highs and lows, who gained and who lost ground, and the impact on the early primary efforts. We can even take your calls, live, to address how you felt about the debates -- so be sure to remember to call 646-478-4565 during the live broadcast. As always, you can download the show as a podcast minutes after the completion of the show.

Once we've given this a good run, we want to bring back this format with every Presidential debate, both for the Republicans and the Democrats. Keep Heading Right in your bookmarks as we develop this into a tradition. We hope you will join the conversation at both Heading Right and Debate Central!


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Posted by Muse Unamused [TypeKey Profile Page] | May 3, 2007 4:51 PM

Tonight's debate will be of great interest.

The PBS American Experience "The Mormons" just finished airing in time for tonight's debate.

Romney last night on Leno listed his 3rd agenda item to be strong American families.

An ideology that truly villifies differences will be a hard sell even when so well hidden beneath the white wash, sincere or not. Mormons, self justified by a twisted ideology that everyone MUST obey the convoluted commands from Salt Lake, socially destroy those who are different, specifically those leaving mormon-ism. It is not merely "The Church" that seeks the destruction of any who leave, but that individual's FAMILY allows and wills socio-economic death of any who leave. The mormon "faithful" experience a "faith promoting experience" as they witness the hardships they inflict upon victims. Any one who leaves is "fallen", "fallen away". All one's family and friends' relations are destroyed by the church simply because through sincere faith, God moves one beyond mormon-ism in answer to devout prayer to broaden one's horizons.

I would never wish on anyone the painful Mormon family experience that awaits anyone who deviates from that society's mind control.

Remember that the Nazis were the darlings of many intellectuals and it took A LONG TIME DURING MANY DENIALS before most people realized all the truth about the Nazis. Nazi war criminals declared that they had no choice but to obey commands from headquartes. It was sickening to hear that same "reason" from mormon apologist "historians" "excusing" the Utah Mountain Meadow Massacre. If a few of the murdered family's children had not been adopted by the guilty to survive, there would never have been any proof that those killed had ever been there.

There is no more sophisticated society with regards to salesmanship and propoganda than theirs.

Posted by syn [TypeKey Profile Page] | May 3, 2007 9:07 PM

At this point I'm too busy supporting the troops to spend time with presidential politics but I will say at this point in the game I find it comforting when every Repubican candidate was willing to debate ideas with Bushhater MSNBC moderator Chris Matthews at the helm. Says a great deal about the quality of Republican candidates as opposed to Democrat candidates who refuse to debate on Fox News.

Posted by Fight4TheRight [TypeKey Profile Page] | May 3, 2007 10:30 PM

Unfortunately I missed the debate tonight but luckily, I was able to catch the Debate Recap with all of the Heading Right folks on BlogTalkRadio and what a great job all of the commentators did there! Thank you.

Only bad thing was the Debate Recap was only 30 minutes!