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To the Editor: Recently, while watching TV, I could not decide if I should watch America's Funniest Videos, World's Dumbest Criminals, or the Republican Debates. I decided on the debates. I don't understand why they ask every candidate a differen...

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To the Editor:

Recently, while watching TV, I could not decide if I should watch America's Funniest Videos, World's Dumbest Criminals, or the Republican Debates.

I decided on the debates.

I don't understand why they ask every candidate a different question. How can you make comparisons?

I would put all the candidates in individual soundproof booths so they could not hear what the others are saying. They would all be asked the same exact question and be given the same amount of time to respond to the question. And they would have no idea what the questions would be. Also with the soundproof booth, they would have no idea what any of the other candidates said. That way we could compare what the candidates are advocating and it would stop the childish bickering.

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Dennis Hegg

Mitchell

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