Have you decided who you are voting for? Will this debate change your decision? are you undecided?
Have you decided who are you going to vote for?
I decided who I would vote for a long time ago, based on candidate actions and beliefs (and how they matched) and looking at more than just the Reps and Dems. I haven't been watching the debates. Have they been addressing anything of importance? The war? The economy? Why all the money we need for good education, transportation, health care, paying back debts, triggering development of new industries has all been co-opted to fuel the military? $7 billion of it? Does any of this come up in the debates? No. They wouldn't dare. The debates are primarily hype and entertainment, so I don't waste my time watching.
I will vote Labour at the next General Election. What is this debate I keep seeing everyone bang on about on here?
It's the presidential debates in the United States. Our elections are next month, but the media has been hyping them for over a year now. And it's always about the "war" between the Democrats and Republicans, as though no other point if view exists.
the election isn't for a couple of years yet and so far no one is even campaigning so it's hard to say.
Yes, I knew who I was voting for a long time ago and the debates just helped solidify my choice.
by dashingscorpio 3 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...
by Demas W Jasper 5 years ago
Is it interesting that both Romney and Obama agreed rules are needed, then ignored the debate rules?I felt there was intent in Obama taking more than two minutes to make up for losing "five seconds" and that a comparison of the actual time each candidate was allowed to talk would not show...
by FitnezzJim 21 months ago
Should the Commission on Presidential Debates lose its tax-exempt status?Politico.com is reporting (September 2, 2016) that the Libertarian VP nominee claims the Commission on Presidential Debates could lose tax exempt status by excluding Libertarians from the 2016 presidential debates. The...
by pgrundy 8 years ago
I try to respond to everybody who takes the time to comment on my hubs. I really appreciate that they cared enough to do that. But when people want to get into some kind of on and on and on debate I start to resent that. I feel like, hey, I stated my position in my hub---I took the time to write an...
by Mike Russo 23 months ago
The current debate format is a farce and is nothing more than a slug fest that we watch. The moderators have little to no control over the debaters. John Donvan has a petition that proposes change the current format to the Oxford style format where the debates are done in a civil manner...
by Chaotic Chica 6 years ago
When it comes to the topic of religion, there will NEVER, EVER be an end to the debates and yet some people insist on stoking the fires. It seems to me that if any person is so intent on engaging in debates guaranteed to ruffle feathers and, intentionally or not, offend others then those...
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