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Would You Like To See Weekly Presidential Debates Between Nominees Starting Several Months Before Election Day.?

strawberry 2012/07/31 01:12:27
I SURELY WOULD.  DEBATES ARE MORE PRODUCTIVE.
TELEVISED DEBATES ARE A WASTE OF TIME.
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Forget political ads, campaigning across America, waste of millions in campaign money. Let's have more televised debates between both nominees. Televised debates really show the nominee for who he or she is. There are too few debates between nominees. A weekly debate would give Americans a better look at what their favored nominee really has to say. Such debates give us a close up view of actions and reactions of each nominee. Who is more intelligent, who can't answer questions, etc.Televised Presidential Nominee Debates Televised 2008 Presidential Nominee Debates TELEVISED DEBATES
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  • Denny 2012/07/31 03:47:10
    TELEVISED DEBATES ARE A WASTE OF TIME.
    Denny
    Oh Please no. these Idiots all they do is talk and say nothing.
  • strawberry Denny 2012/07/31 23:22:18
    strawberry
    +1
    Then how do you pick your candidate then nominee.?
  • Denny strawberry 2012/08/01 04:49:25 (edited)
    Denny
    +1
    Now I would have them meeting the people together with no damn TV's where the people ask the questions. and not the media hacks.
  • strawberry Denny 2012/08/01 17:45:52
    strawberry
    +1
    That is a great point. Often I would love to ask them questions, really put them on the spot to give answers.
  • JERSEYDUDE 2012/07/31 01:38:22
    I SURELY WOULD. DEBATES ARE MORE PRODUCTIVE.
    JERSEYDUDE
    +1
    if only LOSER AMERICANS WATCHED IT!!!

    i remember back when the repub debates were going on one particular debate had only 70,000 viewers meanwhile dancing the stupid stars had over 20 million viewers.....so sad!
  • strawberry JERSEYDUDE 2012/07/31 02:02:40
    strawberry
    That is sad. It is hard for nominees or candidates to fake while on national television. In 2008 debates is when I already eliminated candidates not trusting them. Same with debates for 2012 Election. Often the eyes, movements, anger control, etc. can be picked up as signs of negative or positive qualities of debaters.
  • Denny JERSEYDUDE 2012/08/01 18:17:54
    Denny
    +1
    Problem is that it's not dramatic enough. Kennedy and Nixon had just one debate and now here we are making stars of the damn press. (or so they think) Maybe after someone answers a question after 20 other debates, a candidate would go over and punch the media guy in the mouth, then the ratings would go up. Or maybe even another candidate.
  • strawberry Denny 2012/08/01 19:43:01
  • NPC 2012/07/31 01:21:14
    TELEVISED DEBATES ARE A WASTE OF TIME.
    NPC
    +1
    Debates only prove who is more photogenic. i say 2 debates and that is it.
  • strawberry NPC 2012/07/31 01:26:06
    strawberry
    Thanks for your opinion. Personally I benefit from the debates, would love a weekly debate.
  • strawberry 2012/07/31 01:20:41
    I SURELY WOULD. DEBATES ARE MORE PRODUCTIVE.
    strawberry
    I can pretty much size up candidates from the start, just through televised debates. In fact many Americans make their minds up through such debates, not silly political ads, or arranged campaign stops. Weekly televised debates between Mitt Romney and President Obama would be a great asset for all American voters.
  • HarleyCharley 2012/07/31 01:16:21
    I SURELY WOULD. DEBATES ARE MORE PRODUCTIVE.
    HarleyCharley
    +1
    Romney would decimate the empty suit.....
  • strawberry HarleyC... 2012/07/31 01:23:38
    strawberry
    Thanks for your opinion.

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