…in my official capacity as a RedState Contributing Editor:
One approach might be to start with a list of intelligent right-of-center people who will ask reasonable questions eliciting substantive responses. You can find them in abundance at such places as the National Review, the Weekly Standard, Breitbart.com, Townhall.com, HotAir.com, RedState.com, and, to be self-serving, PJMedia.com. There are plenty more, including, naturally, the Wall Street Journal opinion pages.
And to be as equally self-serving as Roger Simon is being. But, honestly, the current system is as just as awful as Roger describes. Remember all that stuff that we were yelling at the computer screen during the debates? Wouldn’t it have been great if we were the people asking those questions? …Well, could we have made matters worse?
So there you go. Make me a primary debate moderator. I will promise to assume that everybody on that stage both likes babies just fine and doesn’t obsess over sex like the Media does; which will thus allow me to ask questions which would actually be, well, interesting to Republican primary voters. It’ll be a thing.
PS: Any primary debate that I moderate would have no more than five people on the stage. If that. I’d prefer three, frankly.