Thursday, October 29, 2015

Debates hosted by party Opponents is bad because....?

The complaints below are premised on the idea that the CNBC GOP debate moderators came across like their partisan liberal opponents, and that it was so unfair whine, whine, whine....

I say, what's wrong with that? I would have no problem with moderators acting like either liberals or conservatives, asking tough gotcha questions. It's a debate for gods sake.

And that's what makes the following admissions by Cruz, Giuliani and Gutfeld so bizarre, they don't want to be challenged, they just want safe party line questions.


Geez, can't take the heat wimps....here's an even better way of saying it:




2 comments:

Sue said...

Wasn't one of the 'liberal' moderators that guy who basically validated the tea party several years back, using his on-air time for an emotional, insulting rant about 'undeserving' people?

Anonymous said...

Not only that, Sue, but Rick Santelli had serious ties to the Koch Brothers when he said that race-baiting rant. And CNBC promoted him after that!

Jake formerly of the LP