This Wednesday, October 3rd is the first of the 2012 Presidential Election debates. For the first time, it will be held in Denver.Both parties are ready to make their case to the American people.
As the election draws near, supporters of the candidates are also becoming more vociferous about their candidate and their party. Ann Coulter and Samuel L. Jackson are two celebrities who added an element of humor last week. That sparked an idea.
Both parties hope the debate at DU, on Wednesday in Denver will help Americans decide who will lead us out of this dire economic sink hole. With both candidates being such consummate politicians, it is not likely there will be any big moment or much spontaneous action.
Now, a Samuel L. Jackson and Ann Coulter debate might be the one to see. It would be informative and inflammatory as well. It would epitomize the race relations issue.
On The View last week, Ann Coulter expressed her signature Conservative Republican views with eloquence and style, While Whoopie Goldberg berated her, Coulter maintained her calm demeanor and for those who listened, Ann Coulter made a few solid remarks about the positive accomplishments of her party. Coulter pointed out statistics that showed how tougher Republican regulations had saved black lives. It seemed no one listened.
Samuel L Jackson expressed his passion for the re-election of Barack Obama a little differently. In a Dr Seuss style that read like a The Cat in the Hat, voters are advised by the hook to “Wakie the F##k Up!” and it seems a lot of people are listening.
Though the language is offensive, the video itself has some credible moments. View it here: http://thecelebritycafe.com/feature/2012/09/samuel-l-jackson-obama-support-ad-wake-f-video
So, put the reserved, erudite conservative Ann Coulter and the volatile, passionate liberal Samuel L. Jackson on the same stage and let them explain to voters who they should select as president.
By now, voters have seen the ads and heard the rhetoric from both sides. The presidential debate will not stoop as low as some of the campaign ads that have run on television, For the candidates, this debate is their opportunity to make the voters like them and make the voters believe that they like us, too.
Check your local listing for the debate this Wednesday night, October 3, 2012 between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. What could happen with two such well spoken professional politicians?
If their debate proves too boring, Samuel L Jackson could debate Ann Coulter with Whoopie Goldberg as the moderator. Although that doesn’t seem fair, it migfht be entertaining, in a Jerry Springer kind of way.