We didn't make it to the debate between Al Franken and Ann Coulter last night at The Gibson (and sponsored by the University of Judaism) but Franken talked on his show (live from San Francisco) this morning about the remarks they each made during the sponsors dinner before hand.
The dinner was for about 75 of the largest supporters of UJ-LA and Al and Ann were each asked to speak for about three minutes.
According to Franken, Ann took the mic first and said, "It's weird being in Los Angeles with so many demonstrators around. It must be why I'm having trouble getting clean towels."
She then followed that up with, "I haven't seen so many riled up Mexicans since California hosted the World Cup."
Or something close to that.
Franken then added his remarks. "It's always nice to be around so many people who are so concerned with whether or not I've had enough to eat. And, you know, I haven't seen so many riled up Mexicans since we invaded Mexico in 1846 when Polk believed Santa Anna had weapons of mass destruction."
Franken went on to note that while Coulter's remarks made most of the audience rather uncomfortable, even more outraged was the wait staff, composed almost entirely of Latinos and Latinas.
So, with that pre-amble, we're curious - how was the actual debate?