Candidates Struggle To Answer Question About Future Of Granite Countertops During HGTV Town Hall

Election 2020, Tv, Vol 56 Issue 08, Politics

Candidates Struggle To Answer Question About Future Of Granite Countertops During HGTV Town Hall

Election 2020, Tv

2/27/2020

Candidates Struggle To Answer Question About Future Of Granite Countertops During HG TV Town Hall

CHARLESTON, SC—Clearly uncomfortable being asked to express their views on such a contentious issue, the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates struggled Wednesday to answer questions about the future of granite countertops during a series of HG TV town halls. “As president, what are you going to do to address the fact that wages are stagnating to the point where the vast majority of Americans can’t afford the granite countertops and backsplash tiles they desperately need to fix up their homes?” asked Jonathan Scott, who was moderating the HG TV town hall with his Property Brothers co-host Drew Scott, interrupting candidate Pete Buttigieg’s stammering response to note that a majority of voters doubted the former South Bend, IN mayor could effectively unify angry members of the nation’s polarized homeowners associations behind a common lawn care policy. “How do you plan to address the millions of Americans making do with laminate countertops, or who are forced to live in homes where there’s a lack of natural sunlight in the kitchen? Will you commit today to providing the support for all Americans to knock down a wall and open up the floor plan of their common areas? Many people out there are wondering whether their future will include a brick patio or detached deck, or whether they’ll ever even be able to live in a place that is perfect for entertaining. How do you respond?” At press time, Senator Amy Klobuchar was being booed by the HG TV town hall audience after she doubled down on controversial previous statements criticizing crown molding.

Vol 56 Issue 08 CHARLESTON, SC—Clearly uncomfortable being asked to express their views on such a contentious issue, the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates struggled Wednesday to answer questions about the future of granite countertops during a series of HGTV town halls. “As president, what are you going to do to address the fact that wages are stagnating to the point where the vast majority of Americans can’t afford the granite countertops and backsplash tiles they desperately need to fix up their homes?” asked Jonathan Scott, who was moderating the HGTV town hall with his Property Brothers co-host Drew Scott, interrupting candidate Pete Buttigieg’s stammering response to note that a majority of voters doubted the former South Bend, IN mayor could effectively unify angry members of the nation’s polarized homeowners associations behind a common lawn care policy. “How do you plan to address the millions of Americans making do with laminate countertops, or who are forced to live in homes where there’s a lack of natural sunlight in the kitchen? Will you commit today to providing the support for all Americans to knock down a wall and open up the floor plan of their common areas? Many people out there are wondering whether their future will include a brick patio or detached deck, or whether they’ll ever even be able to live in a place that is perfect for entertaining. How do you respond?” At press time, Senator Amy Klobuchar was being booed by the HGTV town hall audience after she doubled down on controversial previous statements criticizing crown molding. Advertisement Read more: The Onion

Next step...popcorn ceilings... I was disappointed by their lack of open concept. 😂😂😂 Until you've had marble and granite you have know idea how difficult it is to maintain. Never again. Not worth the time or headache. After this administration, I will never take our democracy for granite again. Make butcher block great again!

That does it. I'm votin' for Trump. Point/Counterpoint 60Minutes Her boyfriends love bending her over the kitchen counter. Merino_Sheeps Countertops & Counterpoints with Bernie Sanders is coming up next on HGTV Did Bloomberg run his own Gardening and Tractor ads every damn commercial break again ?

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Somebody has a plan for that Quartz or I’m going back to MAGA! Those fools. Viewers know it's all about quartz these days! How do they expect to run a country if they can't choose a stone for their countertops? 2020 Hillary Pant Suit by Klochubar? I've said before, and will say it again to . Just stop, and go work for actual news outlets. To the Trump supporter, this is REAL. To the rest of us, we know it's satire, but not too distant from reality.

Although I prefer Marble, I suppose for the greater good I'll fight with the common folks for a sustainable future for granite countertops! Make America Formica Again I'm for it! 😂😂😂

Sports Agent Scott Boras Honors One of Kobe Bryant's Final WishesThe sports agent reportedly reached out to the 16-year-old to offer an internship at his agency.

Agent Scott Boras to honor Kobe Bryant's wish with internship for Lexi, daughter of late John AltobelliMLB agent Scott Boras said he will honor Kobe Bryant’s wish and create an internship for Lexi, daughter of late John Altobelli. This is awesome Reading how his young female employees will be mentoring Lexi, helping w college applications, graduation and just whatever, just brought me to tears scottboras

Michael Scott is a tot! See 'The Office' as an adorable children's bookMichael Scott is a tot! See The Office as an adorable children's book ReadChachabacha love your childrens book about the office!

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Sanders Stands By Comments On Fidel Castro, Says He’s Been Critical Of All ‘Regimes’“I happen to believe in democracy, not authoritarianism,” the senator said during a CNN town hall. ....and socialism You see the problem with communists is they always say that at first. Really? Because his anger when he's questioned about how he's going to pay for his pile of freebies says otherwise...he doesn't like to be questioned on anything...sound familiar?



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