So, What do we have here?
Senator Kerry pulling what appears to be a sheet of paper out of his pocket and putting it on the podium?
Ok, so what are you saying, Frank?
That Kerry may have received a list of questions prior to the debate, and this is his prepared "Cheat Sheet".
Oh, Come on, Jim Lerher wouldn't do that...
Who said anything about Jim Lerher? However, Jim doesnt work in a "fortress of solitude". Is it impossible to think that one of his PBS staff either helped someone else get the questions or got careless and left themselves open to compromise?
Jeez, do you really think they would go that far to win?
Are you kidding me? What are you, 12 years old?
Come on man, what other evidence is there that Kerry got an early look at the questions in the "debate?"
The only real evidence we will ever have is the debate itself. So, let's go back and watch and listen closely to his answers:
Did Kerry ever give an answer before the question was fully asked?
Did Kerry seem better prepared that is possible in situation where the question being asked is unknown?
Did Kerry give different answers in this session than in previous sessions where similar questions have been asked?
Did Kerry give any indication at all of precognition about what was going to be asked and what point in the debate a question would be asked?
I take my normal stance of remaining skeptical in situations like this, but it does answer what someone said in the initial moments after the debate " Boy, He sure looks polished...".
Yeah he sure did, the question is, did PBS Staff provide the cloth and silver cleaner for the tin man of Massachusetts?
( Mark Metcalf appears in the role of the Metaphysical Senator Kerry, courtesy of his Website, get this man some work people!)
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