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OPINIONS
Wednesday, October 6, 2004
photo Issue of the Week: Presidential debates

This Friday, the second presidential debate will be held at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. Unlike the first debate, a town-hall format will be implemented with members of the audience asking questions. Given this valuable opportunity to personally question the candidates, what issues should the audience bring up?

Keep jobs in America

Even before the beginning of the first debate, many of us were already tired of the hackneyed arguments that the candidates have batted around all summer. After all, how many more times does Senator John Kerry need to mention his three Purple Hearts or George Bush need to talk how Saddam Hussein has been brought to justice? [Read article]

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Editorial: Cheney, Edwards show how to debate

A vice presidential debate isn't, by name, as exciting as when the big boys take the stage. The vice presidential candidates don't get the same exposure, and don't always have the chance to make an impact in the election.

So will it matter?

This debate was far better than the first presidential debate. A key difference started with the placement of the candidates on the stage. Sitting next to each other, the more informal style allowed the candidates to interact and show some passion about the issues. [Read article]

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Mailbag

Moore's fee paid by tickets, not ASUA

I am writing this letter to clarify one of the letters published Monday. Leatrice Nehs gave an argument claiming she does not want her $15 to be used to pay for Michael Moore.

Ms. Nehs and any other concerned students can rest assured knowing that none of their money is being used. If Ms. Nehs is referring to the proposed $15 activity fee, let me clarify that the student activity fee proposal failed. Moore's entire cost, including but not limited to venue, speaker fees, marketing and security, is being paid by the $5 admission ticket, not by ASUA. [Read article]

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