Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Governor's Race and Debates

Every time something happens in the Governor's race that Pat McCrory doesn't like it seems like his response is to challenge Bev Perdue to have more debates.

Maybe he should ask Richard Moore how playing that card over and over again worked.

As Perdue's campaign has pointed out, she has already agreed to participate in more debates than the Presidential candidates are having. McCrory says the voters need debates so that they can see where the candidates stand on the issues, but isn't debating about debates as big a distraction from the issues as you could possible have?

Seems like a silly distraction to me, and one of little relevance to most voters.

1 comment:

Matt Mercer said...

It seems to me that Bev Perdue's campaign is more interested in keeping voters in the dark and running smear ads rather than debating the issues.

 
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