The Last of Those Entertaining Presidential Debates

In Analysis by Michael Rae

Watching the presidential debates is an experience something like watching the aftermath of an automobile accident. You’ve all seen it: people holding up traffic as they gawk at the wreckage, trying to get a glimpse of someone else’s misfortune. The presidential debates hold the same fascinating horror, except that the gawkers share in the misfortune.
There’s something wrong with a political system that offers voters the choice of two candidates, both of whom are viewed as more unfavorable than favorable by voters. And yet, I find myself in odd agreement with the main messages both candidates are trying to convey to

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