“We’re just getting warmed up,” Hillary Clinton said about a quarter of the way through CNN’s Democratic debate from South Carolina on Monday.

That was an understatement.

Wolf Blitzer tried to stop them. Many times. But the back and forth between Barack and Hillary proved so contenteous that

It was if the campaigns had been put into the hands of the opposition researchers, which have looked under every nook and cranny.

“It is very difficult having a straight up debate with you because you never take responsibility,” Clinton said.

Obama at times looked uncomfortable, even stumbling on his words; and Clinton was, well, shrill.

But as Blitzer said, repeatedly at the beginning, this debate was abouty substance. He was right. BVread and butter issues dominated the debate — but in the way that kindling wood is part of a fire.

At one point, Clinton was actually booed, when she said,

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer may have thought that the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday would mean a relatively quiet and peaceful debate, but that is certainly not the case.

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama engaged in by far their sharpest exchanges to date,

“There will really be no rules in this part two,” Blitzer trumpeted, as if there were many at all in part one.

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