9:02 PM: So we're here at the Sanders campaign rally / AKA the Democratic debate.
9:06 PM: I can't believe Sanders is still hanging on the phony Washington Post headline.
9:07 PM: Okay, I guess we're basically in death match mode here. But hey, it's New York. That's how we roll.
9:09 PM: Okay Sanders has Clinton dead to rights on the Iraq War vote - a failing not so much of judgment but political courage. But he didn't "lead the opposition" to the Iraq War. Please.
9:13 PM: Interesting point by Sanders, basically making a vaguely Hayekian point that the government shouldn't be determining the structure of the successor mini-banks. I think I agree with that. But an interesting non-government intervention moment for him.
9:16 PM: Sanders simply ducked or fudged that question about what Clinton had done to favor the banks in the context of her campaign contributions. Certainly there must be various pro-Wall Street positions she took, even if they were meritorious in themselves. But he couldn't or wouldn't say one and made this muddled though perhaps damaging point about her speeches.
9:18 PM: I'm curious, how many of you prefer the current Angry Sanders versus the old Good Natured/Happy Warrior Sanders?