We recently learned that team Hillary had a young actress prepped to ask her a question at a recent event. The kid performed perfectly, Hillary answered perfectly, the audience was moved, and the msm dutifully reported this example of Hillary Clinton's skill on the hoof.
Now we are getting ready to watch the second debate, called a town hall meeting. We know that Hillary is working harder than a KGB spy to stack the deck in advance. But those of us out here in flyover country aren't going to be as easily impressed as the reporters are.
If I were in charge I would publish the questions in advance. Not 13,000 random questions, but the actual questions to be used that night. Let the candidates prepare their best answer, and we'll hear what they've got. After all, we want to see them at their best. Sure, they would have had help, but impromptu speeches are fine as far as they go. However, we expect the best from the president. And we want to know what that is, not how good they are at improv.
Editor's note: Send in the clowns. Scary clowns, HA HA!. -- Robo-ed.