HANOVER, N.H., Sept. 26 -- Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton found herself on the defensive here Wednesday night in a debate in which the Democratic presidential candidates clashed over withdrawing U.S. forces from Iraq, the financial future of Social Security and Iran's nuclear threat.The LA Times story, "Democrats remain united on key issues," comes with short videos of Obama, Clinton, Edwards and Richardson. "Obama, Edwards lead charge against Clinton in debate" is the Baltimore Sun story. georgia10 announces your chance at "live-blogging in the candidate's face" today on the front page of Kos.
The two-hour debate featured clear differences but few fireworks. Clinton (N.Y.), the front-runner for the nomination, drew steady criticism, but her seven rivals couched their disagreements with respect rather than scorn or sharp words.
Thursday, September 27, 2007
"Democratic Rivals Press Clinton, Courteously" (with video)
WaPo, with video (page one):