Sunday, May 13, 2007

Chicago Tribune: What's wrong with a clutter of candidates?

The Washington Post recently decried the "clutter of candidates" in the debates. In an editorial in today's Chicago Tribune, Steve Chapman responds:

“Only mavericks will challenge the entrenched verities that generally give us policy options running the gamut from A to B. When was the last time you heard a politician propose to abolish the Internal Revenue Service, as Ron Paul did in the GOP debate?”