Debates, and Polls, and Media Drolls, surely there must be a better way to pick a US president?
Since the creation of Cable News we have been deluged with debates, polls and both of them analyzed, but not pasteurized for viewer consumption. They are still used today, and when compared with the results of the previous presidential elections appear to be ineffective in choosing the right person for the presidency.
Isn't the best way to determine the president by basing their views on first what are the critical issues of the country in order of importance, and second how they plan to solve it.
For those people that have been in office, their record should be at the top of their campaign.
To paraphrase Winston Churchill, democracy is the worst way to pick a leader, but it is still better than all the other ways.
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by SportsBetter5 years ago
In the Presidential debates, behind the person asking questions the background is blacked out. Why?
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