Where to find Republican Presidential Debate v11.0 Nov. 9, 2011

09 Nov

Yeah.  There really have been 10 debates so far, counting the Gingrich/Cain Lincoln-Douglass debate. 

So tonight is numero once, numero undici, number 11. And I believe I’ve watched every one of them, which tells you a lot about me.  And what it tells you is not good.

On the bright side, Rick Santelli, the guy who’s rant back in January of 2009 kicked off the tea party movement, is one of the moderators.  Maybe he’ll have an outburst.  We can hope.

So if you are a mentally ill masochist like I am, you’ll watch yet another debate on CNBC at 8 Eastern. 

Channel 355 on DirectTV.  Dish Network 208.  Cable companies have different channels for CNBC in each market, so check your local listings.

Update: Brett Baier on FNC’s Special Report have said it has only be 9 debates, but this website seems to put the number at 11.  To me it only seems like 50 debates, but that’s just me.

Update 2:  Bryan Preston at PJ Tatler will have a Live Chat up for the debate if you’d like to weigh in during the debate.  Click here.


Posted by on November 9, 2011 in politics


3 responses to “Where to find Republican Presidential Debate v11.0 Nov. 9, 2011

  1. Martin M. McMartin

    November 10, 2011 at 8:37 pm

    Do you know where I can find Saturday nights debate?

    • P. Henry Saddleburr

      November 10, 2011 at 11:58 pm

      I think that one is on the Food Network. I think the theme is fusion cuisine meets nuclear fustion.

  2. raul

    January 24, 2012 at 1:07 am

    I was looking for info on debate for dishnetwork thank you!


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