"People who want to be President
of the United States should be able to answer tough questions," says CNBC.
Who would disagree with this statement?
It just has
nothing to do with the issue – the statement is a typical, low rent, commercial
deflection that now characterizes American media. We could spend the remainder of this essay
listing low rent, typical, commercial lies, distortions, deflections and
deception coming from NBC/Comcast.
We could begin
with their horrible customer service – their corrupt monopoly – their high
cost, low quality “packaged” programming.
But we won’t – instead we offer them and their fellow travelers a few “tough
Size and incompetence of government – separate
debate needed. We cannot think of one media organization that is not completely
conflicted on this topic. All of them –
PBS, NBC/Comcast, ABC/Disney/ESPN, CBS, CNN, Fox and all their book
publishing subsidiary companies and Hollywood content producers need the
government to deficit spend/build debt to survive. Have you ever heard one debate question based
on this obvious fact?
Government unions. They need to go. Completely.
Same problem as above – all the media outlets depend on government,
bureaucrats and their vast unionized bureaucracies for press releases, “news”
conferences and an endless stream of government “information” to fill their
24/7 repetitive programming and give their “personalities” something to read. Our suggestion – combine this topic with the
previous topic – buy TV time and go at it.
Record ratings will result.
Specific bureaucratic failures – there are many
– veterans administration, IRS, departments of justice and state lead the
discussion. America needs a media that
constantly probes this dismal failure.
For the other bureaucracies – the only debate should be – cutback (how
much?) or eliminate.
Goes without saying that we need sensible, thoughtful ideas and
proposals about government debt across the country and how to reduce it. We would pose the debate question as follows: just how much debt should be placed on each American
child to support our free ride today?
We have heard a lot about it.
There is one law that now dominates immigration policy – it needs to be
changed and one bureaucracy that dominates the implementation of immigration
policy – it needs big change.
Urban public schools or what we call – The Democrat
Party’s (as well as AFT and NEA) war on African American kids. The reading skills results have just been
released – these kids can’t read. Gee,
why are so many unemployed? Did one of
the CNBC clowns pose a question about this fact? Must not be “tough” enough topic, huh?
Put it on the table. Lets open it
up for discussion. The debate topic can
be simply stated – is there a place for Islam in a free, constitutional
democracy? If so, how to manage it and
The IRS simply is not compatible with a growing competitive economy in
the 21st century. It needs to
go. Only the republicans are willing to
offer tax policy changes and the media, as you saw, will destroy any mention of
There are some more – our legal system is a
burden too much for a fast paced technological society. Most of our laws and legal principles are
badly out of date. Militarization of
local police forces must be reversed. Large
portions of our urban communities are refugee camps – entirely without an
economic foundation. The Fourth
amendment has been discarded. Democrats will not touch any of these topics
– the CNBC clowns dare not bring them up.
We could care less what happens to Carl, Becky and John and
their support staff. They are simply not
qualified to have anything to do with a serious discussion (one might wish to
contemplate the obvious transference of this truth to their day job performance.)
Unfortunately for America, the same is true of their
industry. This industry is the
mouthpiece of the American government and its dominant political party – the democrats. Investigate, look into, open up any portion
of its corpus and you will be overwhelmed with “tough question” possibilities. They dare not touch them.