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Today on the Dish, Andrew live-blogged the last election debate. Both he and the viewers gave it to Cameron. Reax here. We also rounded up the fallout over Bigot-gate, Cameron sniped Brown, a reader took a shot at Gillian Duffy, another dissented over Andrew's take on US vs British immigration, the Economist editorialized against Lib-Dem, and Andrew took a long look to the post-election environment. More Scottish profanity here and here.

In immigration coverage, Cowen combed through the Democrats' new reform plan, Bill Clinton made the case that immigrants will cut the deficit, Duncan Hunter got pwned for wanting to deport American kids, Shikha Dalmia called out right-wing hypocrisy over capitalism, and readers responded to the immigration debate at length. Another agreed with Andrew about the Tea Party's cultural crux, William Frey illustrated its demographic loss to young immigrants, and Andrew mulled over that struggle. Friedersdorf put forth his immigration plan, Leviticus came to the illegals' defense, and Limbaugh pulled a Hewitt. You should vote for this kid if you can.

"Will she or won't she run?" continued here, here, and here. Meanwhile, reporters continued to chicken out.

In other coverage, Ackerman relayed news that a Gitmo torturer may testify, the defendant neglected to show, Larison and Reihan assessed the Crist apostasy, Hank Cardello put forth a plan to cut America's fat, and Edward Tenner delved into the dead chimp studies. Our South Park bleg didn't get any major revelations, computer geeks gushed about their first loves, the Dish stalked Goldblog in the woods, and anti-fart blankets tried to save your marriage. This window and this MHB were particularly lovely.

-- C.B.

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