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DaTechGuy's Field Guide to Bloggers: Right Wing Granny

the Blog­ger Right Wing Granny talked with me after the debate

The newest mem­ber of the Axis of Fedora’s take on the debate is here

There were about two hun­dred peo­ple at the event. The Mod­er­a­tor for the event was Ste­fani Traina of the League of Women Vot­ers of Andover — North Andover. First of all, there was no Amer­i­can flag at this event. Sec­ond of all, when one of the can­di­dates brought up the vot­ing record of Con­gress­man McGov­ern, the mod­er­a­tor stopped him, call­ing that a per­sonal attack. When the audi­ence responded loudly, a dis­cus­sion of the candidate’s vot­ing record was permitted.

This was not really a debate. The can­di­dates were not allowed direct exchanges and there were many things said that I per­son­ally knew were not true, but there was no pro­vi­sion in the for­mat the chal­lenge the state­ments made.

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the Blogger Right Wing Granny talked with me after the debate

The newest member of the Axis of Fedora’s take on the debate is here

There were about two hundred people at the event. The Moderator for the event was Stefani Traina of the League of Women Voters of Andover – North Andover. First of all, there was no American flag at this event. Second of all, when one of the candidates brought up the voting record of Congressman McGovern, the moderator stopped him, calling that a personal attack. When the audience responded loudly, a discussion of the candidate’s voting record was permitted.

This was not really a debate. The candidates were not allowed direct exchanges and there were many things said that I personally knew were not true, but there was no provision in the format the challenge the statements made.

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