The debate was aired at 0300 last night, so I was unable to watch it even though I sort of wanted to. Do you have a link to the transcript? Even I, being Norwegian, are scared of that woman and the potential implications shouild she ever (and in spite of all reason) get into the white house. American policies have global ramifications, and as such even us somewhat laid-back europeans have to (in my opinion) take more than a fleeting interest in american politics - at least as long as one is somewhat interested in politics in the first place. So she scares me, and what she stands for is possibly even scarier. However I guess there is some consolation in the fact that she will not be able to bring a theocracy to my country, though it seems clear that is what she desires for the US. I am obviously referring to her desire to bring creationist "teaching" into the schools to, potentially, replace teaching evolution. Yes, she both scare and repulse me. On the other hand she gets points for being mildly attractive, but that is not an indication of a person's political skills and capital.