Candy Crowley: Obama's Organic Helper

Speaking of her role as moderator in tonight's townhall style presidential debate, Candy Crowley told Politico,

"I understand that I'm there. I'm not a fly on the wall. We don't want the candidates to spout talking points. That doesn't help voters ... I'm going to react organically to what's happening. Once the table is kind of set by the town hall questioner, there is then time for me to say, 'Hey, wait a second, what about x, y, z?"

The "townhall" style presidential debate is supposed to be designed to allow the average citizens to ask both presidential candidates questions about issues that matter most to them. However, debate moderator Candy Crowley will hand pick pre-submitted questions from a group of undecided voters that she thinks matter most. And not only that, Crowley will also personally decide whether the candidates are using "talking points" and even go as far as asking the candidates her own "x, y, z" questions; in any case, Crowley said she will "react organically" to "help voters" by injecting  herself into the debate when she deems it necessary.

So what exactly does Candy Crowley mean when she says she will "react organically" and "help voters?"

If by react organically Candy Crowley means react naturally, then America can expect Crowley to react as the partisan liberal she naturally is. In fact, there are many instances of Crowley reacting organically on CNN showing her true liberal colors, and tonight's debate shouldn't be any different.

If by "help voters" Crowley means how she pushed the racist Tea Party narrative and recently told CNN viewers that the Romney/Ryan ticket was "Some sort of ticket death wish," then she probably means she will take every organic chance to help voters conclude that Romney is wrong for America and Obama is the clear choice.  

Now if you think it's unfair that Gov. Romney will have to debate both President Obama and his organic helper Candy Crowley don't fret; both Obama and Crowley are two organic liberal peas-in-a-pod, so it's really like Mitt is debating the same person.


Speaking of her role as moderator in tonight's townhall style presidential debate, Candy Crowley told Politico,

"I understand that I'm there. I'm not a fly on the wall. We don't want the candidates to spout talking points. That doesn't help voters ... I'm going to react organically to what's happening. Once the table is kind of set by the town hall questioner, there is then time for me to say, 'Hey, wait a second, what about x, y, z?"

The "townhall" style presidential debate is supposed to be designed to allow the average citizens to ask both presidential candidates questions about issues that matter most to them. However, debate moderator Candy Crowley will hand pick pre-submitted questions from a group of undecided voters that she thinks matter most. And not only that, Crowley will also personally decide whether the candidates are using "talking points" and even go as far as asking the candidates her own "x, y, z" questions; in any case, Crowley said she will "react organically" to "help voters" by injecting  herself into the debate when she deems it necessary.

So what exactly does Candy Crowley mean when she says she will "react organically" and "help voters?"

If by react organically Candy Crowley means react naturally, then America can expect Crowley to react as the partisan liberal she naturally is. In fact, there are many instances of Crowley reacting organically on CNN showing her true liberal colors, and tonight's debate shouldn't be any different.

If by "help voters" Crowley means how she pushed the racist Tea Party narrative and recently told CNN viewers that the Romney/Ryan ticket was "Some sort of ticket death wish," then she probably means she will take every organic chance to help voters conclude that Romney is wrong for America and Obama is the clear choice.  

Now if you think it's unfair that Gov. Romney will have to debate both President Obama and his organic helper Candy Crowley don't fret; both Obama and Crowley are two organic liberal peas-in-a-pod, so it's really like Mitt is debating the same person.


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