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Monday, October 11, 2004

Could we see a debate like this?

Column: Debate game isn't as easy as you might think

While searching around the Web to find some more information on the Park Gillespie win last night, I found this column by Barbara Anderson. Here is what she said about Park:
If you are watching the amateurs on the cable channel's reality show, you won't be surprised to learn that I am rooting for Park Gillespie, the conservative candidate. I don't agree with him on all the social issues, but I admire his integrity and consistency, and I can't support Malia Lazu, the Boston liberal with the pierced tongue.

If you are not watching "American Candidate," you are now wondering: "Pierced tongue?" Never mind, the debate between the two pretend candidates was still easier to watch than the first real presidential debate. Park was not only very likable, he presented his positions well. Chip and I didn't have to yell instructions at the TV set.
But then I kept reading on and found the rest of her piece - and the main thrust of her column - to be worth reading. Check out. Maybe we could see a debate like this someday...

I doubt it.


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