I was among the millions who watched Republican presidential candidates debate on CNN ("Carly Fiorina looking to capitalize on another strong debate," Sept. 17). I must be honest and confess that I never have watched the primary debates before and have the feeling that most of these millions have not either.
These debates and all their hype have turned them into "Reality TV," but many do have the advantage of seeing the candidates and making decisions from their performances. The Democratic counterparts will air next month on CNN also but I am concerned with the millions of Americans who do not have cable TV.
Once again, the "have nots" are left out of an important part of the democratic process. They do not have the advantage of seeing these candidates in all their media splendor. There is something highly inequitable going on.
Dovey Kahn, Pikesville