This week on Utah NOW, a conversation with Utah senator, Bob Bennett. With a war raging, partisan conflicts intensifying and the presidential race in full swing, there's plenty to talk about.
With a war raging, partisan conflicts intensifying and the presidential race in full swing, there's plenty to talk about.
I was very glad to see that Senator Bennett was going to be interviewed: then I watched the interview and was bitterly disappointed. I thought it the most shallow and uninformative interview this side of Larry King. Bennett would say something like; "we worked on this health care bill; it was bi-partisan, blah, blah, blah,"and Fabrizio would move on to some other topic! My wife and I wound up yelling questions at the TV that needed to be asked so we voters could have some idea of what the Senator was actually talking about; but the questions, obvious as they were, were never asked.
Was there some pre-interview agreement with Senator Bennett that no follow up questions would be asked? Maybe you could get some professional news person who is used to interviewing politicians to interview him next time who would ask more serious questions? This interview was worse than just a waste of time; it was a missed opportunity.
Thanks for having Senator Bennett on but,..................
Posted by Mark Goodfellow, Friday July 6th, 2007 @ 9:10 am
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