Screw the Debates

I look forward to and enjoy the debates as much as anyone. They are informative and have a place. But they are only one part in the whole process. Like everything else, we see how biased or corrupted they can be. Politicized, for sure, but have they outlived their status?

I mean what else would we expect? It is their system, the establishment likes its control and uses it every way they can. So debates are one of their tentacles. They own it.

However, in case the elite inside, power-control estabos — who know better than the people — have not noticed, the people have been having a debate from the beginning. That’s the real debate, a referendum on them. Estabos do not like that one at all.

So if they haven’t noticed by now, we have come to a few conclusions too. The status quo has got to go. The ruling class told us we are irrelevant and what we want doesn’t matter. They tell us what issues are important. And they tell us how we should vote. That’s the way it is done, they say. Our vote must be based on others’ their choice and endorsements.

While we had this kick down dragged out debate this far, they’ve opposed the will of the people every step. They didn’t notice we won every round. People are fed up. We get faux hearings about phony responsibility with no accountability. Nothing short of that is on their menu now. The establishment is insulted that we dare resist their status quo bargain.

These days they complain about “structural racism” inherent in all places, yet they have a structural bias in the whole election process — from establishment to media — just as they have in government. That structuralism doesn’t bother them one bit, they thrive on it.

Now this elite status-quo is using the race card in every way to keep their establishment in control of the process to control the results. Then the debate injects the label of racist even into the debate. They play the gender card in the same way. Put that together with the smear tactics and you have a structural establishment cocktail to destroy any opposition to it. That’s their plan. Some value debates mey have, but they change nothing.

Under that light, what do even the debates really mean? Use the debates to screw us? What’s new? It’s better not to bestow any more value on them than they deserve — consider the source.

RightRing | Bullright

5 comments on “Screw the Debates

  1. drrik says:

    Interesting opinion by Scott Adams, the creator of the Dilbert comic and a decent philosopher in his own right. He said that Trump did not have to win the debate. He only had to appear less scary to America. And he accomplished that. Nothing Hillary could have said would undo the inherent corruption and duplicity that she has already demonstrated. Win, Lose, or Draw, there was nothing she could have done to undo Trump’s managing to not look scary and becoming a shoo-in for the election. The debate was never hers to win. It was only his to lose. And he didn’t.

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    • Bullright says:

      Great analysis and summary. I sure agree. She did a lot of dancing. And they did their best to stack it in her favor.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bullright says:

      After checking that site, I found a quote worth repeating from 9/25

      “So don’t fall for the claim that Clinton has plenty of policy details on her website. She does, but it is organized to mislead, not to inform. That’s far worse than having no details. “

      As usual with her, most everything is done to mislead.

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  2. Peppermint says:

    Bull, the debates at least for me are now irrelevant. We got treated in the first debate to outright bias that Holt didn’t even try to hide.

    The 2nd debate is not going to be much better on CNN. It’s going to be in a town hall forum type. Questions are going to come from the people. Then CNN decides which questions will be allowed.

    I think we can guess what will happen. All hard ball questions to Hillary will be thrown out and hard ball ones to Trump will all be asked. It’s just another set up to save Clinton’s arse. I don’t think I’ll even bother watching it.


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