Well, the presidential debate on CNN tomorrow night should be interesting. Moderator Candy Crowley has already said she isn’t going to abide by the rules agreed upon by the Obama and Romney campaigns. I don’t have a problem so much with Crowley, she won’t be any worse than the other debate moderators. What I’ll be looking for are the Democrat plants posing as undecided voters.
Michelle Malkin reminds us of the last time CNN hosted a town-hall style debate.
If any more political plants turn up at CNN’s presidential debates, the cable-news network will have to merge with the Home and Garden channel.
At CNN’s Democratic debate in Las Vegas two weeks back, moderator Wolf Blitzer introduced several citizen questioners as “ordinary people, undecided voters.” But they later turned out to include a former Arkansas Democratic director of political affairs, the president of the Islamic Society of Nevada and a far left anti-war activist who’d been quoted in newspapers lambasting Harry Reid for his failure to pull out of Iraq.
Yet CNN failed to disclose those affiliations and activism during the broadcast.
Via The Other McCain, whose post you should read if you need a little cheering up.