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Were presidential debates this crazy back in the olden days?

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Yes, they were still. The election of 1828 (Andrew Jackon VS John Quincy Adams) is often cited as one of the dirtiest campaigns in history. Both candidates were both hot headed, and were willing to play dirty. That just goes to show you, politics has and always will be dirty.

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i don"t beleive so!!!!

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Go romney

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says the guy who voted for the losing side.
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stfu
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No

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I don't even remember the last one :)

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Idc because I've heard this so many times so 2 words Go Romney

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no idea

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Then you're better off not answering. It's best to only answer questions that you know the answers to. :)
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In what way were these even crazy? But yes, historically when there was no instantaneous national media a candidate could say things in one town and completely disavow them in another. If you think Romney tells each audience what they want to hear and then flip flops, you haven't see anything.

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they were very professional back then no one interrupted each other and the moderator never jumped in.

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no not at all but some were because the one president got shot

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