[guest post by Dana]
The fifth presidential debate is coming from Atlanta tonight.
The contenders on stage are: Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, Tom Steyer and that little aloha sweetie, Tulsi Gabbard.
CNN tells me there are nine things to look for in tonight’s debate. Of course, they may have worded the points a little differently, but no matter:
*It’s Buttigieg’s turn to shine in the spotlight
*Red pill Obama’s admonition and shadow looms large
*Biden’s southern firewall will be tested but he won’t know it’s happening
*The ‘Medicare for All’ fight takes a twist (but still no one will pronounce it utterly ludicrous)
*Sanders may take take off the gloves with Warren (there will be oxygen available, if necessary)
*Voting rights will not be ignored. I missed that. What?
*Kamala Harris will join Hillary Clinton as they both try to find their way out of the woods
*Amy Klobuchar will use her bare hands to take down anyone who gets in her way
*Low polling candidates will be sweating bullets as they know that it’s their last opportunity to publicly audition for the vice-presidency.
Where you can watch it: The debate will be broadcast exclusively on MSNBC and will also stream for free on MSNBC.com and washingtonpost.com, as well as on NBC News and The Washington Post’s mobile apps, according to the Democratic National Committee. Audio of the debate will be available on SiriusXM Channel 118, and TuneIn.
Should be loads of fun!