Washington (CNN) - If you think the battle for the Republican presidential nomination has been a wild ride so far, hang on - it could get even more exciting.
Five presidential debates are scheduled to be held in September and October, including two hosted and produced by CNN. A debate at the Reagan Presidential Library in southern California on September 7 is followed by a CNN debate in Tampa on September 12, and then followed by another Florida debate on September 22. A New Hampshire debate on October 11 is followed a week later by another CNN debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, on October 18.
"it could get even more exciting."
If by exciting you mean annoying, then yes, very VERY exciting. Plenty of opportunities for some good ole fashioned GOP foot-in-mouth though as they pander to the Teatrolls and try to prove themselves the most extremistest conservativey of the conservative...gotta love it. Which one will accidently say something racist or blatantly fascist first, I wonder?
If I was a republican candidate I would not bother with CNN for any debates because CNN is not neutral at all. CNN is so bias on the democratic side that they will only try to embarass the potential candidates. CNN does not care anything about republicans they just want to see Obama win again in 2012 but it will not happen. He has to go because he is a disaster for our country.
Debate but keep the focus on replacing the fool in the Whitehouse. ABO 2012!!!
My mind is already made up. I watched one "debate" and heard enough lies, hate, misinformation, and fear-mongering to last a lifetime. Why would I waste my time listening to even MORE of that B.S.?