Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Questions That Should, But Wont Be Asked At Presidential Debate
Political candidates prefer to talk about vague generalities, and they are usually supported in this effort by the press. It will be interesting to see whether the presidential debate is about "zingers" without substance, or whether the candidates will pressed to provide answers to important questions like these suggested by Robert Reich. If they anticipated this kind of questioning, they probably would not agree to a public debate. The debates usually conform to ground rules that are agreed to by both campaigns.