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Co-Chair of Presidential Debate Commission: Candy Crowley Was a "Mistake"

Jarhead1 Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 12:13 PM
Let's understand something.Frank Fahrenkopf may be a Republican but EVERY debate moderator was a lib. Every one. Why? Is the country so totally liberal that a conservative moderator would be offensive? Mr. Fahrenkopf needed to be a man and insist on SOME balance in the moderating and in the location-which were all liberally biased too. And don't forget that Candy made it clear before the debate that she would play by her own rules and ignore those agreed to by both candidates. At THAT point she should have been put aside. What the hell did Romney and Frank Fahrenkopf expect after those comments. You simply cannot respect a process that allows someone like Candy to moderate.
ZombieLove Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 2:07 PM
Even the GOP Primary Circus?
Dyadd Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 12:19 PM
It is even harder to respect the GOP leaders who accepted the process than it is to accept the process.
westriversd Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 1:26 PM
That is a most accurate comment. Our "party" is gutless and running scared. Right now with the "media" upset with the white house and their lack of granting them access, would be the time for the Repubs to go on the attack. But, you will see nothing. It is like there are only two repubs in congress: McCain and Graham. No one else is heard from or seen on TV. Oops, sorry, Rand Paul and Rubio (seems to be side lined after his water boarding).
Dyadd Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 1:46 PM
They need to start thinking 'out of the box' or out of wherever they have managed to stick their heads

We all remember the moment well when CNN's Candy Crowley quickly jumped to falsely defend President Obama against Mitt Romney when things started getting heated about Benghazi during the second presidential debate of 2012. As a reminder (the loud clapping you hear in the background is Michelle Obama):


And the back track:

Now, Presidential Debate Commission Co-Chair Frank Fahrenkopf is calling Crowley a "mistake" as a moderator.

According to Jon Ralston,...