Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Fleming challenges Lott to a debate

Sorry for the absence of a couple of days.
Now, it’s back to business.
First off: U.S. Senate candidate Erik Fleming has challenged incumbent Republican Trent Lott to a debate before the November election. And instead of doing what’s in the best interest if the voters – agree to a debate and discuss the issues with Fleming – Lott’s spokesman said the senator hasn’t received a formal request for a debate.
A formal request? Come on, Sen. Lott. Do you really need a “formal request” to stage a debate? It simply makes good sense to debate. Unless, of course, this is a delay tactic and you simply don’t intend to debate at all.
Well, a formal request you’ll get. Fleming plans to deliver one today, Wednesday, September 27, 2006. When that happens, the ball will be in your court.


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