The Message-in-the-Bottle Debate sponsored by The Sailing Network. Viewers will be urged to write their questions on a piece of paper, put it in a bottle, stick a cork in it, and throw it in the ocean. Sailors all over the world will be on the lookout for the bottles and, having found one, will call the question in on Channel 14 on the ship-to-shore radio.
The Graffiti Debate sponsored by PBS. Graffiti "artists" will spray paint their questions on buildings, subway cars, bridge overpasses, and the windows outside the studios of morning news programs where PBS cameras will record them and subtitles will allow people over the age of 30 to understand what they are looking at.
The Discovery Channel Debate sponsored by … well, you know. This will include questions posed by the Survivorman, the Dirtiest Jobs guy, and the Deadliest Catch crews. This debate will be hosted by the Mythbusters who, like me, will not take it seriously.
Barak Obama is not qualified to be President of the United States. His willingness to pander to the Loopy Left on foreign policy and, in effect, sleep with the enemy, is just too dangerous in an era when people are willing to kill themselves to kill innocent Americans.
That. Is not amusing.
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