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In a election debate would puting each candidate in sound proof cubicles and only being able to speak when it is their turn?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (19441points) 1 month ago

Humor and legit answers welcome.

Has any jurisdiction in the planet ever tried it? Other than just cutting the politician’s mike off?

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kritiper's avatar

I doubt it has been tried yet. Cutting off the microphone seems to be doing the job so far.

kneesox's avatar

It wasn’t necessary before an obnoxious boor became a candidate.

SQUEEKY2's avatar

What should be added along with sound proof, is with every known lie they tell a bit of air is sucked out of the booth and if they keep lying all the air is sucked off and they just pass out.

flutherother's avatar

Candidates in a debate should be given real time feedback on how their remarks are being received by the public. I would suggest a system that allows viewers to administer electric shocks using their TV remote control.

cookieman's avatar

Sounds good to me. Could we also have the option of cutting off the airflow in the booth if they do not directly answer or dodge a question?

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