As Twitchy reported last night, the biggest loser of the debate between Senator Brown (R-Mass.) and his challenger Elizabeth “Lie-awatha” Warren appeared to be alleged moderator David Gregory. Twitter users were not fans of Mr. Gregory’s questioning.

And, so, #DavidGregoryQuestions entered the mix. Here are some of our favorites.

Heh. If Twitter is any indication, the answer to that last one is a big “heck, no.”


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  • RIChris

    Great, now we’ll know where Lehrer got his questions.

  • King_of_Fools

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    • PennyRobinsonFanClub

      Read you 5 x 5.

    • Grumpa Grumpus

      …and treetop wide…

  • nc

    Truth is, David Gregory doesn’t need help from anyone thinking up biased and inane questions.

  • Grumpa Grumpus

    This is why I stopped watching debates years ago. Until I got a TiVo. With a DTR it’s tolerable.

    I still much prefer reading the transcript of a debate, but now w/the TiVo, having both video & transcripts, I’ve noticed that the transcripts have often been “neatened-up” as it were.

    For example, when the Progressive’s confused and all the “placeholder utterances” have been removed. Strangely, those same placeholders are allowed to stand in the Conservative’s answers…

    Or, my personal favorite, when the Proggie’s “placeholder utterances” mysteriously appear as uttered by the Conservative.

    After a couple of those incidences I wrote the service and complained of the inaccuracy. I received a nice letter back… but no refund or corrected transcript.

    The gist of the letter was:
    1.) They have a (an apparently ongoing) bug in their transcription software. It sometimes has difficulty finding breaks in dialogue with multiple speakers. Odd how it always and only attributes the confused monosyllables to the Conservative…
    2.) They stand by their transcription as a “true depiction of the event”. By which they mean, I guess, it’s fake-but-accurate(tm).

    So by their lights, I wasn’t entitled to a refund, and there wasn’t anything to correct.

    That’s why I TiVo debates now. I enjoyed radio debates so much more!

    And I didn’t need a govmint study to explain the discrepancies in the Nixon/JFK debates, either! That people become distracted by form and short-shift substance isn’t new, or confined to that generation. The only new wrinkle at the time was the distribution system.