Discussion in 'Media' started by G.T., Sep 18, 2012.
October 6th, streaming.
Jon Stewart to debate Bill O
This should be entertaining!
Granny makin' popcorn an' candy apple, Uncle Ferd blowin' up some red an' blue balloons...
Presidential debates: Top tips on how to prepare
2 October 2012 - In a few hours, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will face each other in their first presidential debate. The debates are widely regarded as one of the key moments in the US election campaign. How does a candidate prepare for this most crucial of duels?
Do the US presidential debates matter?
2 October 2012 - The first debate of 2012 is taking place at the University of Denver, in the swing state of Colorado
Bill O Riellly is incapable of debating.
They'll talk, perhaps they'll trade some amusing barbs and that's about it.
Debates are formal events, they come with timing, rules and moderators. They start out with a specific subject under consideration and that subject is all that is discussed.
Few Americans have ever seen or heard an actual debate.
Certainly none of the "Presidental Debates" fall into the catagory of real debate.
It should be interesting. I've enjoyed the two of them going at it in the past.
Me too, it'll be a fun watch, except it's on Saturday so I'll probably just see it later on.
O'Riled up is going to get his clock cleaned...again.
I'll watch the clips after the fact.
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