Every Armchair Critic In the US Thinks They Have Better Debate Questions Than the Moderators
Watching the debates this election season has been interesting, to say the least. There is a lot of yelling. Sometimes, candidates talk about their junk. It seems like there have been endless debates, but in fact, there have only been 12 on the Republican side and nine (and a half, as of this writing) on the Democratic side. As they’ve all drawn on, the American public has become more and more vocal about the questions they’d like to see their candidates answer.
Here are the ones people are most upset about this evening:
There have been nine #DemDebate(s) and there has been no in-depth conversation (if any) about Africa or the Caribbean.
— Terrell J. Starr (@Russian_Starr) April 15, 2016
— Transparency Int’l (@anticorruption) April 14, 2016
OK, we are talking about Israel and the Middle East AGAIN in a US debate. Let’s talk about Africa. #DemocraticDebate
— Port Of Harlem (@PortOfHarlem) April 15, 2016
Dear debate mods. Ask about wages & working standards for federal contractors. Easy follow up. #DemDebate
— Gaius Publius (@Gaius_Publius) April 15, 2016
— Apollo Frank (@apollof) April 14, 2016
— Alexandra Svokos (@asvokos) April 15, 2016
Wolf, Honduras Wolf. Honduras. Ask her about Honduras. Hon. Fracking Duras! #DemDebate
— Tim Black ™ (@TimBartender) April 15, 2016
— Katie Worley (@_katiekins) April 15, 2016
— AARP New York (@AARPNY) April 15, 2016
not enough talk about hand size at this debate
— Catherine Rampell (@crampell) April 15, 2016
Here is the clear winner:
I’m gonna let you guys get back to the debate, but can we talk about Ann Coulter’s neck for like 2 minutes? pic.twitter.com/3TB87inbaQ
— M (@HaggardLand) April 15, 2016
What do you wish they’d ask about this time?
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