Liberals Who Refuse To Debate

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Here is a growing list of liberals in tight races who refuse to debate their opponent, thereby depriving the public of learning their real positions on the issues:

  • Pro-abortion Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (California)[1]
  • Pro-abortion congressman Ike Skelton (Missouri)[2]
  • Pro-abortion congressman Rick Boucher (Virginia)
  • Pro-abortion congressman Peter DeFazio (Oregon)
  • Pro-abortion congressman John Dingell (Michigan)[3]
  • Pro-abortion congressman Frank Pallone (New Jersey)
  • Pro-abortion congressman Charlie Wilson (Ohio)
  • Pro-abortion congressman Dan Maffei (New York) [4]
  • Pro-abortion congresswoman Betty McCollum (Minnesota) [5]
  • Governor and senatorial candidate Joe Manchin (West Virginia)[6]

See also

References

  1. John Dennis: Why No Debate, Nancy Pelosi?
  2. http://www.pulaskicountydaily.com/news.php?viewStory=2169
  3. After a poll showed him trailing, Dingell said he would debate ... shortly before Election Day, which he could cancel if he improves in the polls.
  4. East and West, Maffei Ducks Debates, buerkleforcongress.com
  5. Read Teresa’s Debate Challenge to Betty McCollum, Collettforcongress.com/, August 20, 2010
  6. Manchin refuses to debate his Republican opponent one-on-one, and instead agrees only to an unwieldy group debate including four candidates. [1]
  7. http://www.conservapedia.com/Instances_of_Richard_Dawkins_ducking_debates
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