Last week Howard Kurtz asked, on his Sunday morning CNN show, Reliable Sources (meaning reliable for the establishment), shouldn’t “fringe” candidates be barred from the debates? He asked for email comments. Just now an obviously unhappy Kurtz read three of the typical responses. One man, from Japan, said the people he knew wanted to know more, not less, about Ron Paul. The second described this proposal as an attempt to wreck candidates who were not “bought and paid for.” And the third noted that no caucuses or primaries had been held, and this was the only way for people to evaluate all the choices, and he didn’t want the MSM making the choices for him. Kurtz grumbled that all candidates had to raise money, and so were all in a sense “bought and paid for.” Not quite, Howard, not quite.9:59 am on May 27, 2007 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.