From the Desk of
Michael Blichasz
American Workers' Advocate
Host of the Saturday Variety Program at 11 A.M.
860 AM Radio WWDB • Philadelphia, PA
Commentary from Saturday, October 27, 2012

Debates Are Good - There Should Be More!

The presidential debates were good for the American people because we saw the candidates interact with each other and briefly discuss what they would do as President during the next 4 years.

But I feel there should be at least 10 debates during the last 2 months of the campaign so that we would be able to see who would best stand up for American people, focus on restoring jobs and guide America's economy out of the recession. In order for us to learn more about the candidates, they should be debating issues like:

How they would personally supervise efforts to get private sector business leaders and investors working together to create jobs in the U.S.A.
How they would get Democratic & Republican leaders to unite to help private sector businesses restore and expand jobs in America
How they will reduce the need for entitlement programs for people who could be employed
Outline present day tariffs on imported items so the American people better understand the tariff issue
Ensure that corporations that outsource for tax breaks are appropriately taxed

There are just too many questions left unanswered in 3 debates, so I feel 10 debates would have helped answer these and many other questions. Just like you, I want everyone seeking our votes to address the issues that affect the American people TODAY, not wrangle over petty issues that waste our time. Americans need jobs and income stability and businesses need incentives to expand jobs in the U.S.A. I don't need to see more political ads, I need our national candidates to debate more and inform us why they are the best person for the JOB and deserve our vote!

This is Michael Blichasz. Tune in to American Workers Radio every Wednesday morning at 11 A.M. on 860 AM Radio, broadcasting in the Philadelphia and tri-state area. You can listen to live or rebroadcasts on the Internet anytime from My email link is located on the front page of: