> Not a leader as much as a talking head. Talking heads are what they are just people
> with opinions. They are great for making news anchors and stuff but not for debates.
> Leave the debates to intellectuals not butt-holes with opinions.
> thing I watched the debate and noticed that ita hard to pivot from confirmatuon bias.
> Cenk also was not cery condescending at all. Not as he typically is on TYT.
Are you sure you watched it?
> I gotta be honest with Nines I could put any person in
> front of you to debate a conservative and you'll tell me the conservative is the
> better debater. Your bias will choose for you. Its all subjective. There isn't
> a point to looking at debates as duals. They are just an exchange of ideas. We
> have to stop looking at them as title fights.
I certainly DO NOT view them in that way and I have watched countless debates in my life. I was in the debate team in high school and ever since it's something I enjoy. I often watch debates with my wife. I believe challenging myself in this way has helped me grow intellectually. 10-15 years ago I was a vegan socialist. I don't think I need to say that I've come a long way.
There are many issues I agree with liberals on, including ending the drug war and criminalizing assault of children.
If I was given the choice of picking someone on the right, Ben Shapiro would be a top choice, then maybe Stefan Molyneux. If I was to pick someone on the left probably Sam Harris or Noam Chomsky. This is because these people are intellectuals and can handle themselves in a debate setting very well. If Cenk fits this definition for the left, I'm afraid that's not good news lol.
Once again, who would you choose?