Here is the entire video of the CNN Democratic Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Presidential debate which aired on January 21, 2008. It was moderated by Wolf Blitzer and sponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus Institute.
It’s in 12 parts hosted on YouTube, they’ll advance automatically.
A news report from Breitbart:
Personal antipathy and pent-up anger boiled over as Democratic foes Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama accused each other of twisting the truth, in a fiery 2008 campaign debate Monday.
The two senators stared one another down, gesticulated and constantly interrupted one another, flinging accusations and counter-charges at a vital stage of their quests for the White House.
Obama, the Illinois senator striving to be the United States’ first black president, also lashed out at former president Bill Clinton, who is mounting a vociferous campaign on behalf of his wife.
“I can’t tell who I am running against sometimes,” said Obama, for whom Saturday’s South Carolina primary, the next round of the 2008 nominating marathon is a must-win after two victories in a row by Clinton.
Obama all but accused the Clintons of lying about his opposition to the Iraq war and a comment he made that the Republicans had latterly been the party of ideas, and what was painted as praise for Republican icon Ronald Reagan.
There was a lot of tension between Obama and the Clintons building all week and continuing through the Nevada caucuses. It exploded during this debate and finally much of the background chatter came to the surface.
Also, for anyone who missed it, here’s a 2 hour podcast analysis featuring our own “Angry American” on the Shaun OMac Radio show:
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