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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Picking the Questions

Posted by Cyclops:

The moderators of he next debate Sunday will use 30 questions with the most online votes. I just checked the top 30 and they are mostly questions submitted by liberals pushing liberal issues like gun control. climate change, access to abortions and election financing. Only two or three questions from a conservative point of view.

Anyone can vote for as many questions as you like. There are hundreds of proposed questions. To vote, go to Questions!

1 comment:

Cyclops said...

This turned out to be quite a farce. The moderators ignored almost all of top 30 vote getting questions. But its just as well, because most of he top 30 had a obviousliberal bias.