I don't know about you, but it seems to me that the DNC is going out of its way to make sure no one sees their debates. On a Saturday night in November? And then the last Saturday night before Christmas--when half the population is attending holiday parties and a good portion of the rest are out shopping? Or the next one: January 17--on a Sunday in the middle of the NFL playoffs?
Granted, the GOP has so many demented people on the stage at one time that their debates have the possibility of being entertaining; but scheduling them mid-week almost guarantees they're going to take over the media for days afterwards even if Fiorina doesn't manage to find something else to lie about.
Democratic debates have, so far, seemed like afterthoughts.
With that in mind, for all of us who did not take in last night's debate first hand, The Washington Post has kindly published a complete transcript.
You can read it here.