More on hating debates

Posted by: ST on October 15, 2008 at 11:56 pm

… because we should worry more about how a candidate “looks” that what he says.

The dumbing down of America continues. One day maybe political fashion consultants like Naomi ‘I’m a victim’ Wolf will be relevant if we can just persuade undecided American voters to decide on a candidate based on the clothes they wear and how well they fit. o=>


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  • 3 Responses to “More on hating debates”


    1. Trish says:

      The Nixon-Kennedy debates were decided on the way the candidates looked, as were the vice-presidential debates in 1992. Radio listeners thought Nixon won, but television viewers disagreed. Similarly, Stockdale sounded intelligent and qualified in the 1991 debate, but on tv he looked like death inefficiently warmed up.
      It’s stupid, but it’s real.