We also deserve to hear from the sitting Governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal. We deserve to hear from Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) 44%, who actually makes some good points against Obama on his Syrian mess.
The RNC and CNBC, at this point with candidates already dropping out, should be opening up the stage to the fourteen candidates who the polling averages detect.
We do not have a national primary. Further constriction of the field based on national polling, which is more based on name identification and, in most cases, media coverage rather than work in the early states, instead of using polling averages of the early states like Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina at this point are hurting voters from hearing from a variety of candidates.
As we have seen with the first two debates, the “kids table” debate is really not a fair shake at legitimacy or establishing themselves.