During the debates some blogs have done what is known as liveblogging where they continuously update a post as the debate goes on. I woke up this morning with some strange psychic ability that can look into the future and receive parts of tonight’s debate. So as far as I know this post will be the first instance of psychic liveblogging. My view of the future in the debate is a little fuzzy but the following impressions of some phrases come through clearly with regards to John Kerry.
"I have a plan to fix healthcare. One man stood between America and lower prescription drugs. The President made a choice and he choose the wrong one, I will do it better. I have a plan to fix the economy. Upper one percent…. Tax breaks for the rich. 2.7 million lost manufacturing jobs lost. I will not increase taxes on the middle class. I have a plan for the environment. Reduce rollbacks to our Clean Air Act. The Kerry-Edwards plan will increase energy conservation. I have a plan for energy dependence. I have a plan for education."
Now obviously my abilities are imprecise since I heard many instances of him having a plan but my psychic abilities did not actually detect any plan offered. Well at least I am not alone in that problem.
Here are some more conventional livebloggers.
John Hawkins of Right Wing News.
Call me kooky, but I am having psychic flashes as well: I predict that your prediction will come to pass. No really, I have this very vivid, uncanny suspicion that all you have said will manifest tonight during the debate. No one believes me. I’m telling the truth. You should open up one of those 900 numbers: Partisan Psychic Friends. (Get Dion Warwick to field the Kerry calls, though, because not even the best can predict which previous statements he will contradict next — and at least people will smile at her if she gets it wrong.)
What happens when I try to read things too early in the AM — thought your post was entitled “Psychic Liverblogging.” Does it come with onions?