At least according to the New York Times's resident conservative commentator, David Brooks. After saying that he understood the likely complaints to come from viewers that the questions nearly all focused on the campaign's hot buttons, such as Barack Obama's pastor and Hillary Clinton's false memory of her own heroic trip to Bosnia, Brooks went on to laud ABC hosts George Stephanopolous and Charles Gibson for asking "stupendous" questions, which included a challenge to pledge not to raise taxes on a certain income group of voters.
Herewith your blogstress's favorite passage from a blog post from Mr. Brooks, posted after last night's awful debate:
Both promised to not raise taxes on those making less than $200,000 or $250,000 a year. They both just emasculated their domestic programs.Just for the record, your blogstress is all for the "emasculation" of domestic programs. We would all benefit from their feminization. Sphere: Related Content