From Jezebel.com: "I am really upset," said André Leon Talley. The most recent Republican presidential debate had aired the night before, and the spectacle of moderator Juan Williams being booed did not sit well with the Vogue editor. (Williams proved unpopular with the crowd for challenging, among other things, Newt Gingrich's assertion that poor black children should be put to work as school janitors.) "It was horrible. It's a circus now. They'll say anything," continued Talley. "It's scary that that kind of dialogue can go on in the world...I only wish that the South Carolina primary would hurry up and be over. Even at the worst moment of the Democratic primaries, between President Obama and Mrs. Clinton, there were serious discussions about issues. This is not that."
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