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Whoever said that last night’s debate was not going to move the needle one way or the other, that the cake was already baked, was probably right.  That was a dreary affair in which neither candidate was particularly attractive.  Nothing in that 1.5 hours made me hopeful.  All I walked away from last night thinking was that it is going to be a long four years.  It was a spectacle, but then so is a train wreck.
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