Who is the next moderator for the last presidential debate?
The way things are going it's almost always some crazy liberal. And why do the Republicans allow a liberal organization to come up with the moderators. That needs to be addressed.
An unemployed replacement referee from the NFL. He won't know the rules. No one will follow the ones he does know. And the candidates will run over him like an 88 pound lineman.
The last presidential debate might be held on October 23, online.
The third party debates. I have a feeling that the discussions are going to be far more interesting and less wooden, scripted rhetoric.
by Susie Lehto 22 months ago
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by Cassie Smith 6 years ago
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by k12rswow 6 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 The General Conservative 2 years ago
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by JaxsonRaine 6 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 dashingscorpio 4 years ago
Have you ever changed your voting plans based upon a presidential debate?Do you believe any presidential debate could cause a conservative to vote for a liberal or vice versa? Are these really "sporting events" for voters to cheer for (their team) whenever their "person" gets...
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