Here is someone thinking like I do.
Don’t ask the ‘presidential contenders’ the easy questions.
We know Obama’s answers on jobs, deficit spending, and most domestic issues.
It is about bringing our boys and girls home we do not know anything.
And neither do our boys.
Update: I’ve written some specific reflections on the debate last night.
Tuesday was the second Presidential Debate of the 2012 election. We’ve had one Presidential and one Vice-Presidential Debate so far, both of which were traditional debate formats. This debate, though, was a “Town Hall“-style debate in which the candidates walked freely and spoke to a small studio audience that encircled them as they took their questions directly from audience members. They did not know the questions beforehand, but as the years have gone on, the Debate Commission has limited both the ability to have back-and-forth exchanges with the audience members as well as the follow-up role of the moderator, giving them far more space to dance around the question with no accountability (these changes were put in place after Clinton devastated Bush in this exchange in 1992).
This got me thinking: what if I was there, and I got
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