Last night, the GOP debate was pretty straightforward. Romney, McCain, Paul and Huckabee came onstage, sat down and waited for the first question.
Tonight, Barack and Hillary each got to address the audience for a somewhat unlimited amount of time.
That's not fair.
It especially seems unfair and unbalanced when you consider the enormous oratory skills of Mitt Romney and how he could have benefited from such a platform in last night's debate.
Additionally, last night's GOP debate ran three hours. The debate itself was 90 minutes, and as I posted previously, there was post-debate commentary from Anderson Cooper, Bill Bennett and others, that was almost completely focused on the Democrats!
The post Republican debate analysis and they talked almost exclusively about the Clinton and Obama.
So, I expected, rather naively, that tonight's Democratic debate would also run three hours and that the post-debate portion of the program would be devoted to the Republicans. Wrong. Not to be.
Yes, more political bias from CNN: Immediately following Tonight's programming runs (which only lasts for two hours) and then will be followed by a CNN special program, "Health Care -- Critical Condition," about the American health care crisis!
Need I remind journalists everywhere that their job is to objectively report the news, not to voice their opinions?