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  • September 21st, 2008 5:04 am ET congratulations to you and frank sesno for providing an honest, open, and informative forum for discussion of real foreign policy issues. one of the biggest losses in this 24 hour news cycle world, is time. a candidate normally has about 10 seconds to make their case. this absolutely stifles any type of detailed debate and relegates them to spouting simple sound bites. sound bites do not lend themselves well to complex descriptions or nuanced interpretations of situations. nearly everything i watch on CNN is rarely more than 5 minutes long, and its this type of in depth non-partisan debate that most network except perhaps C-span news programs are lacking.

    Five Former Secretaries of State: Cracking diplomacy, and jokes

  • September 21st, 2008 1:17 am ET what a joke …………5 secretary of states and not a single question about the israeli – palestinian issue. doesn’t anyone want to know whether AIPAC has been overly influential in our foreign policy and whether it’s been in the US’s best interest. way to go frank sesno for not asking the hard question and for not bringing up AIPAC in polite company. ginny

    Former Secretaries of State to next President: Get over it. Get real. Be smart


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