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Why One Debate is More than Enough

Consider this the 1,000th example of the American media boiling down complex issues into easily digestible slogans, as the only two schmucks we can vote for dance along to the show. To quote Newt Gingrich, "We don't really have presidential debates today; we have a kind of meaningless political performance art: a recitation of talking points choreographed to avoid any risk."


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  • Anonymous lauris said:
    Sunday, November 02, 2008  

    Great performers, their sentences are like songs that are sang over and over again. We listen and are supposed to make a decision.


    I really liked this video. top

  • Anonymous Ian said:
    Monday, November 03, 2008  

    reminds me more of sirens calling you forth to the murky depths top

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