They claim what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. My reaction to the few minutes I could tolerate of the Democrat debate last night was that the candidates better hope that is true. Their plan for America? Surrender to al qaeda, pretend that Iran is not a threat, raise taxes, hand over our security to the UN, give amnesty to illegal aliens under the guise of "comprehensive' immigration reform, raise spending on every conceivable welfare scheme, repeal free trade, force every single item imported from china to be inspected by a third party body(really, they said this), empower unions so they can shut down our economy like they are doing in europe, appoint activist judges and did I mention, raise taxes. It was amusing to hear them attack Bush for not "passing" comprehensive immigration reform, without which they just couldn't go along with licenses for illegals. I really don't see how one relates to the other, but the last time I checked, democrats controlled both houses of congress, not Bush. It didn't occur to host Wolf Blitzer to ask them to explain why it was Bush's fault they couldn't pass an immigration bill, particularly since he supported it and would have signed it. I guess Blitzer didn't want to end up in the Clinton doghouse with Tim Russert who wasn't sufficiently supine toward her royal Hillariness. I had to turn it off when they started taking audience questions. The first person with a question was some poor woman who struggled to read "her" question, which was a lengthy screed against all things Bush, with her marine son as a prop. Really, you would think CNN would have done a better job in the week that it came out Hillary's staffers were arming people with softball questions to spontaneously ask her. At least get them to prove they can read the entire question you have drafted for them. Aside from this bit of uncomfortable humor, the only entertainment value was the amazement that this many politicians could be so uniformly wrong about every conceivable issue.