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October 7th, 2012, 03:55
I hate how even when we have clear factual examples of mistakes with definite numbers attached to them that a politician could cite against their opponent, they still can't even do that honestly.
Why would they? This isn't a court where the jurors are forced to sit, watch, take notes, then discuss what they saw with other people who saw the same thing. This is a campaign where you're lucky to get people paying attention to you for two hours - and those two hours are spread over 4 months of time! I mean, come on, half the time we seem to be talking about issues that are mostly in the realm of the legislative branch, not the executive branch.

I wish it weren't that way. I wish people would sit down and spend the hours to really look into what each candidate is saying. Frankly, I think a lot of the candidates would like that, too. Who wants their career ended because their tie clashed with their coat in a "debate"?? It would sure help our government to no end.
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