Thursday, April 24, 2008
Star Wants Clinton-Obama Debate In Indiana
A Star editorial today says Sen. Barack Obama should not disengage from the process after losing badly to Sen. Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania. For the first time in four decades, the Indiana presidential primary is relevant, at least for Democrats. "As such, the candidates need to engage Indiana voters and one another in a forum that stretches beyond glossy TV commercials, showy campaign stops and rote speeches delivered in city after city," the editorial reads. "In short, the candidates need to meet for a debate in Indiana in the next few days." "The Clinton campaign already has accepted an invitation issued by the Indiana Debate Commission, along with its partners CNN and PBS, to stage in a debate here." Well, we're waiting for your answer, Sen. Obama.