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How do we lobby CNN for more DEBATE air time?

We pushed Fox HARD and got Ron in the last debate, but he only got 6 minutes of air time vs. Mitt's 22 minutes.

Does anyone have email addresses at CNN so we can lobby for more air time?

edit: Here are some web based feedback forms:

CNN Online - Politics:
-> http://www.cnn.com/feedback/forms/form1.html?9

CNN Online - General comments:
-> http://www.cnn.com/feedback/forms/form1.html?35

CNN TV - Prime News:
-> http://www.cnn.com/feedback/forms/form5.html?83

CNN TV - Headline News:
-> http://www.cnn.com/feedback/forms/form1.html?33

CNN Main Feedback page:
-> http://www.cnn.com/feedback/

If you use any of these, PLEASE BE POLITE when requesting more time for Dr. Paul.

Jim Bob.

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Buy a Brazillian Fiat Dollars worth of advertising.

That's what and then tell them you want more time for our man.

It worked when we lobbied Fox

It worked when we lobbied Fox or else his face would have never made it on TV that night. I don't recall anyone spending a "brazillion" (haha -- I love that word) on advertising.

Believe it or not, they DO listen to the people.


PS - I assume you have sent requests via all the feedback forms?

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Cafferty File Contact Information

Drop John a note and ask for more airtime in the tonight's debate:

-> http://www.cnn.com/feedback/forms/form5t.html

Here is the note I just sent Jack:


Hey Jack, I was disappointed to see FoxNews give Ron Paul only 6 minutes of airtime and Mitt 21 minutes in the last debate.

What is CNN doing to make sure each candidate has equal air time?


Jim in Austin