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Tuesday, September 28, 2004

No Question

As has been reported elsewhere in the press in far greater detail than we will bother with here, the two presidential agreements have signed a 32-page memorandum laying out rules for the upcoming debates. Most of these rule negotiations were rather bizarre; e.g., the Bush team's efforts to get the room temperature raised above 70 degrees so that Kerry might sweat.

But there is at least one rule this website finds problematic: the stipulation that neither candidate is allowed to pose questions directly to their opponent. Isn't the essence of debate the opportunity to compare and contrast two views?

1 Comments:

At 8:34 AM, Blogger Really said...

"the essence of debate" Common sense seems to no longer have a place in the realm of politics

 

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