Are presidential debate coaches double-dipping?
Maybe someone can help clear this up for me. I know at least one coach is a senator. If the respective political party pays him for his coaching services, is he still collecting his senatorial salary paid by taxpayers at the same time?
by My Esoteric 23 months ago
There were two distinct debating styles on display last night on Sept 26, 2016.How do you describe what in on?
by k12rswow 5 years ago
When Romney caught Obama regarding "a terrorist act in Benghazi" and then pointed out the White House didn't make that known for 2 weeks.Tomorrows headlines will be buzzing.
by LauraGT 5 years ago
Did the first presidential debate change your mind about either candidate?
by JaxsonRaine 5 years ago
Habee got the jump on the debate last time. This time, it's my turn.I predict that Obama is going to end up with 4 minutes more speaking time. Liberals will complain that Romney was rude, interrupted Obama, and bullied the moderator. Conservatives will complain that the moderator is biased, and...
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
2nd Presidential Debate - what points were made that you think are important?I am not trying to play people against each other. I know my own view, but I am very interested in what other people think and why. I hear a lot which breaks down to who is going to spend the most money, and how. What were...
by The General Conservative 24 months ago
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