Friday, October 1

More on The Commission on Presidential Debates

The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD), although claiming to be a nonpartisan organization, is actually a private bi-partisan group that was created by the then chairmen of the Republican and Democratic national parties, for the Republican and Democratic parties. By design, it was established to submit and conceal the wishes and demands of the Democratic/Republican nominees.

The CPD sole reason for existance is to negotiate, in secret, the format, schedule and rules the Republicrat nominees. They have a vested interest in excluding any disenting voices, I.E. any canidate that is not a Republicrat, from participating in the debates. Look at the money wrench H. Ross Perot threw in the works when he was "allowed" to participate, it was actually a debate.

The fact that they even call what they do a debate boogles the mind. It is not a debate, but a long, drawn out, policy statement, with no interaction between the two Republicrats. Worse yet they have rules that say an actual debate cannot break out, since they are not allowed to speak directly to one another.

We the People need to demand that we have a truly open:



1. A discussion involving opposing points; an argument.
2. Deliberation; consideration
3. A formal contest of argumentation in which two or more opposing teams defend and attack a given proposition.

Not the Orwellian EQUINE FECES, the CPD is feeding us.

OK, enough on this for now - stay tuned there are two more Presidential and a V.P infomercial scheduled!


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