The three usual suspects hit two different topics â€” the significance of political debates and Sen. Ted Kennedy’s request for an appointed replacement if he has to step out. Neither was a clear-cut progressive position and we had our own disagreements.
We started by diverging on whether voters truly pay attention to debates and decide on issues. Either way, we figured that established pols like Boston Mayor Tom Menino were politically smart in avoiding too much debate and discussion.
We also had several views on how political Kennedy’s request for a law reversion to let Gov. Deval Patrick appoint a replacement in the U.S. Senate. This is close to Ted’s heart and mind as his passion for health-care reform is in crucial stages.
Listen in to hear whether we struck your chords.