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Debates aren’t really

Alan Korwin addresses something I’ve talked about before. The presidential debates aren’t debates but auditions:

“The promoters call them ‘debates,’ so we do too, so that’s accurate,” one newsman was overheard saying.

One Response to “Debates aren’t really”

  1. Ron W Says:

    The Presidential Primary debates are ways of promoting the political-media establishment’s chosen “top-tier” candidates. Except for the Value-Voters Debate and the NPT debate where, the “top-tiers” failed to show, candidates were actually treated in a “fair and balanced” way, with every candidate asked the same questions and given the same amount of time…the others focus on the pre-selected candidates where mainstream media personalities ask only about issues they think are important.

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