The Democrat's debate was a doozie as entertainment, and if my older readers want to think of it as a reprisal of"The Gong Show," I have no objections.
Yang was the only really interesting character. Everyone laughed his gift of $12,000 bucks each for 10 lucky folks, financed with his campaign money. But a couple of candidates got all huffy about "vote buying." That cracked me up. Imagine, a Democrat promising free stuff in return for your support. The very idea!
I will say that Yang streamlines freebie money. At least it's a direct, honest announcement that he believes your vote is for sale and his opening bid is a thousand clams, cash on the barrel head. The other ones muck it up with a lot of obscure bureaucratic word salads.