I didn't announce I'd live blog during the debate because I didn't know I would until about now. I'm doing a virus scan on this particular computer and I have the TV next to me. We're on the first question and answer with Kerry at this moment.
There's no way this debate can be as good as the hype leading into it but here it is, one last time to bear with the candidates and their likely repetitive statements. I guess this serves the purpose of reaching the undecided voters and anyone else who hasn't followed political news every day and night like some of us.
The flu question is up now, in reference to the shortage we suddenly learned about in recent days. Pretty good answer from Bush, showing he really is adapting to an unexpected contingency. Kerry's saying pretty much what I've expected, talking about who's lost insurance, disregarding the many reasons why that may be besides being somehow deprived. What I don't hear is what he'd do differently about the vaccine shortage if he were president right now.
I think this might be a two-pot coffee night so I'll post now and make that pot...