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Credit Check: Who Worked for Reagan

Tuesday, August 31, 2010 - 07:26 PM

A less serious but heatedly debated point at last night's Tea Party forum in Manhattan erupted when two of Gillibrand's likely GOP rivals debated who had real Republican credentials.

"It's absurd to say that you worked for Ronald Reagan," David Malpass says to Bruce Blakeman.

Blakeman responds, "I was an advance man for Ronald Reagan."

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Comments [3]

Gloria Woodard

What a hot mess! I'm not surprised though. This is a repeat of what happened at the NY1/YNN Senate Debate: http://youtu.be/a90m7Vrtb4U

Sep. 01 2010 09:23 PM
Gloria Woodard

What a hot mess! I'm not surprised though. A repeat of what happened at the NY1/YNN Senate Debate: http://youtu.be/a90m7Vrtb4U

Sep. 01 2010 09:22 PM
VJMachiavelli

Lazio men in the "MIDDLE" you would think he too was running for Senate.He needs to debate Paladino instead of playing "man in the middle"Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. MachiavelliVJ Machiavelli www.vjmachiavelli.blogspot.comNo More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel, Engel"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for the Lazio Team"

Sep. 01 2010 09:05 AM

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