Blitzer did a decent job, over all, though he did try a few things, that were a little off but considering how badly the last debate went CNN actually did a decent job.
IN the next debate, Will we see a repeat of the biased liberally slanted questions that were asked in the last debate?
There were biased questions, no debate about it, (pardon the pun)
The real question is this, are the American people smart enough to figure it all out?
Are the American people smart enough to know when someone is playing games with questions?
The answer to that question, is a big Yes they are, we are not the un educated, illiterate, backward people of the past, you know the ones that most liberals think that we all are, they think that they are so smart that no one can figure out when they are asking biased questions.
The fact is that we are smart enough to figure it all out, the question is will the canidates call out the biased media on its lousy questions, by refusing to answer a biased question, last week Rick Perry was asked a biased question, when they asked him, (paraphrased) how do you sleep at night knowing that your state has executed hundreds of more prisoners, than other states?
What if Rick Perry had said, that is a biased question would you care to rephrase it in a fair format?
That would have got their attention, for sure.
One thing is clear, if things remain the same CNN will once again represent only about 18 percent of the population.
leaving out the other 82 percent of the population.