Where does the good go



Instead of debates, or in addition to, each candidate should have to sit down to an hour-long interview by a reporter of the other candidate’s choosing.

8 Responses to “RANDOM THOUGHT #43,298”

  1. cube Says:

    ohh i like that one

  2. Gib Says:

    I would totally watch this. Who would you want interviewing Bush? My suggestions to interview Kerry in no particular order:

    1. Rich Lowry
    2. George Will
    3. Bill from INDC Journal

  3. ken Says:

    I’m going to drag out my old saw-horse: they should both be forced to take written exams about their positions without help from handlers.

    You’d think this would hurt Bush. Then again, among the many records not released by Kerry are his grades.

  4. iocaste Says:

    Considering that O’Reilly congratulated Bush for consenting to an interview without being told the questions in advance, I’m thinking this ain’t gonna happen any time soon.

  5. Dawn Summers Says:

    I don’t know, I guess Jon Stewart, which I know, is just sad. Maybe Katty Kay from the BBC…

  6. ken Says:

    Dawn, no way. You have to unleash The Dan on Dubya. But without CBS control. Just Dan and Dubya, one on one. That’d be vicious.

  7. Dawn Summers Says:

    Dan’s too old.

  8. Ugarte Says:

    Josh Marshall? David Corn? Will Saletan? I can think of a lot of people that would tie Bush up in knots.

    Rich Lowry is a good choice to question Kerry. Deroy Murdock (sp?) is another.

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