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Sunday, December 16, 2007

Why can't we focus on the issues?

CBS News is starting a series of interviews called "Primary Questions," where Evening News anchor Katie Couric will ask the top 10 candidates in the race the same 10 questions in an attempt to delve deep into each candidate's character.

Couric and CBS have a fantastic opportunity to ask the candidates questions that really matter ("How would you disarm Iran? Would you?"). But in the commercials for this series, what is the one tough question CBS promotes?

"When was the last time you lost your temper?"

Thanks CBS for that striking and in depth commentary! With this valuable knowledge in hand, I'll know I made the right decision when I head to the polls!

--Wyndam

1 comment:

Mike said...

I couldn't agree more. And this is exactly the point Richardson has been making in the past few weeks: how we need to rise above partisan bickering, pandering and frivolousness and focus on the issues that are truly going to shape this election. I wouldn't be surprised if he grumbled to himself as he accepted the interview, since to turn it down would just shoot him in the foot.