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Submitted by Donald W. Bales (United States), Aug 2, 2005 at 19:21

Many, if not most, producers (or hosts) have a point of view (usually liberal and anti-Bush and often anti-U.S.) and will stack the deck against anyone who have a different point of view from them. For examples, five liberals versus one conservative.

Then there are the out-shouters who won't shut up long enough for their opponent to finish a sentence-much less a thought.
It would be foolish to go on such a show.

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