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Hillary's "Live-Blog" is Neither

Yesterday at 3:19,'s Crystal Patterson wrote:
Join me here at 8:30 p.m. Eastern as we post live reports from the debate watch event with President Clinton, John Grisham and the winners of our debate watch contest. The debate begins at 9 p.m. Eastern tonight. Watch it on MSNBC.
Anyone foolish enough to believe they would be receiving any "inside information" or truly "live reports" was indeed naive.  I couldn't find anything that could even be loosely defined as "live-blogging."  Instead, what readers got was PR propaganda which had probably been cleared by a dozen or so staffers before being published. 

Of course, in fairness, this is why campaign blogs are rarely interesting.  The best blogs tend to be daring, controversial, and a bit sardonic.  Campaign blogs, by definition, are vanilla.

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