Can Political News Get Real? Commentator Daniel Pinkwater wants more focus placed on one problem: that neither candidate is doing anything more than speaking in sound-bites, and a real debate has not taken place on the issues. He offers insight into the bickering and trivialities he sees in the campaign.
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Can Political News Get Real?

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Can Political News Get Real?

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Commentator Daniel Pinkwater wants more focus placed on one problem: that neither candidate is doing anything more than speaking in sound-bites, and a real debate has not taken place on the issues. He offers insight into the bickering and trivialities he sees in the campaign.