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Now UPDATED With Audio Archives...
By Brad Friedman on 10/2/2008, 1:37pm PT  

I'll be Guest Hosting a special "VP Debate" edition of the The Mike Malloy Show tonight. We'll carry the debate LIVE at 6pm PT (9pm ET), followed by an in-studio "Bloggers Roundtable" until 9pm PT (Midnight ET), featuring world class bloggers:

Plus your calls if we can fit 'em in, at 800-989-1480. To hell with Chris Matthews, Wolf Blitzer and their professional spinners! Join us for the real scoop! Live from Los Angeles!

Malloy's show is nationally syndicated on a number of air affiliates around the country, on Sirus Ch. 146, XM Ch. 167 and streaming live online at NovaMRadio.com.

As always, "Agent 99" will be your rascible hostess here in our live Open Thread during the show. Hit comments below and give us your two-cents tonight! Maybe we'll read it on air!


POST-SHOW UPDATE: We had a very lively roundtable, with a lot of disagreements (the Rightwinger, Patrick Frey thought Palin dropped the ball, while the Progressives tended to think Palin did well, except for Danziger, and lord only knows what he is. My thanks to all of them, as well as the callers, including my father who offered an "Edward R. Murrow-esque" field report, live from St. Louis! Unfortunately, Pamela Leavy was not able to join us at the last second.

We ended the spirited discussion --- audio archive below --- with my request for a quick McClaughlin-style response to the following question: "Between now and the next debate on Tuesday, after tonight's debate, do the polls go up, down, or no change for Obama and McCain?" The answers from the bloggers...

Dayen: "Not much of a change. Biggest thing that happened today was McCain pulling out of Michigan."
Danziger: "Two point bump for McCain."
Frey: "Don't see much of a change. She needed to hit a homerun and she hit a double. She did fine, but she could have done better."
Wheeler: "Not much change. She's gonna stop hemorrhaging, but that's gonna plateau them where they are right now, and that's not gonna help McCain in the long run."

My own response to that question, which I didn't get to mention on air...I agree with all of the above. I don't do predictions :-) But now that they're all on record, we'll see who ends up being right. Enjoy the archive.MP3 Download, or listen online...