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There is something wonderfully Berniesque about holding the first Democrat Party Presidential debate of the season at Steve Wynn's monument to himself (and "Capitalism") situated on the Las Vegas strip where the cheep rooms go for $599 per night ($671 if you include tax). What better location to promote Democratic Socialism and wealth redistribution than a casino built in Harry Reid's home town. Maybe the candidates can play a round of golf and warm up to each other before the debate - green fees are a measly $500 for 18 holes - that's a little more that $25 per hole after frustrating hole and caddying for a fivesome comprised of Hitlery, Bernie, My Favorite Martian, The Biggest Little Hobgoblin in the Union and the Cracker Jim Webb would be insane in the membrane. The only guy missing is Lunch Bucket Joe Biden (empty lectern), but he'll be joining the group soon, then Gore, then Kerry when Plan B takes effect - everyone's going to jump in after tonights debacle when America gets a look at this side-show mascaraing as a political party. Three of the 5 contestants aren't even Democrats - Sanders is an Independent (whatever that means) and Chafee and Webb are GOPers who switched parties for convenience - not conviction. That leaves the head of the Clinton Correctional Facility and the former Mayor of Tiny Town the only Democrats contending - hardly a prizefight.

The good news? The Donald will be live Tweeting and "covering" the entire debate - CNN is probably paying him to do it (they should). I wonder if the Elvis from Queens will fly in for the night and watch the show form his Vegas hotel - for those who don't know LVNV Trump and Wynn have a very close business relationship and there's a shuttle from Trump's hotel to the Wynn Casino that runs all day long. Trump has no gaming in his establishment, but delivers high rollers to Wynn's tables on the half hour - and just like in Washington DC, no matter how lucky their night might start out the house always wins in the end.

Tweeting from the Top Floor?
I will be reading Mr. Trump's twit fit tonight - he's one of those people, like many of his Afro-American fans, who actually understands how to use the Twitter platform.

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