Friday, October 24, 2008

CT-5 debate with all Burbank/Cappiello/Murphy/Winn

Reported by the Simsbury Post's Brian Woodman, Jr.:

All four candidates running for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 5th Congressional District will participate in a debate that will be hosted at Farmington High School on Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. by the Farmington Chamber of Commerce.

Incumbent Democratic U.S. Congressman Chris Murphy, Republican candidate David Cappiello, Green Party candidate Harold Burbank II and independent candidate Thomas Winn will discuss issues and answer questions from the audience following the debate. NBC political reporter Thomas Monahan will moderate the event.

I'm glad there'll be at least one debate in which all four candidates have an opportunity to voice their views. I'll try to attend and ask my question:

1) America's debt burden continues to grow at an ever-increasing rate.
2) America's money supply continues to grow at an ever-increasing rate.
3) Do you feel it is appropriate for America to continue increasing spending money on the credit card and paying for it with money that grows on trees... I mean, money that gets printed by The Fed?

Tim White

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Guess Murphy gonna stop knocking on doors of Wall Strret firms raising money long enough to debate