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Debates: Quotes & Criticisms

matthewsmay4.jpg > Howard Kurtz, Washington Post: Chris Matthews “spewed out so many questions as time went on that the whole affair was like speed-dating…”

> Dick Morris and Eileen McGann, FOXNews.com: “MSNBC and Politico deliberately marginalized Giuliani and steered far too many of the important questions to anybody not named Rudy. In doing so, they paid homage to their Democratic Party masters by diminishing the candidate most likely to win in November…”

> Gerard Baker, RealClearPolitics: “The overbearing Chris Matthews once again succeeded in making his mark rather than letting the candidates make theirs. Instead of asking genuinely searching questions about where Republicans need to go next, Mr Matthews chose to pursue his quixotic pet peeves…”

> Dan Glaister, The Guardian: “The frenetic pace of the show, and the number of contestants, made it a bit like an early episode of Survivor… Matthews also had a tendency to play fast-and-loose with the format…”

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