It will only seem like she's harder on Mittens because he'll have a harder time answering. ;)
me thinks you should understand the format of a Town Hall debate before you make assumptions about moderators being fair in fielding questions.<br />
::hint:: there are 80 undecided voters who make up the town hall and they were brought there for a reason.
Yes, that's exactly why neither campaign wants her moderating, she's got a liberal bias...<br />
Makes perfect sense...
I thought you were asking about Aleister Crowley. His questions might be rather different. <br />
If no one asks him why he did not take full and immediate responsibility for the massacre of our legation in Libya, then you know they are all in bed with him.
Well, the moderater isn't allowed to ask follow up questions on anything, so she won't be able to press certain issues. Quite a shame if you ask me.
I thought that the candidates signed had an agreement on this? Was this changed?
Hmm, this makes things more interesting. We'll see how she moderates. I much preferred Raddatz to Lehrer, so I hope she presses both the candidates on their responses.
She'll be subtle about her bias, cut Romney off a few seconds before he can fully respond here and there, ask Romney questions that are slightly more digging and biting..I love how fair and balanced debates have become, don't you?
i honestly do mot give a rats behind toward either one because they are both blood sucking parasites who used the money they made to stay where they are unfairly