Before you give any formal stamps of approval to a television network to broadcast your political party's sanctioned primary debates, make sure that network is toilet trained so it doesn't leave any 'little surprises' on them!
Take Fox News. One minute they are reporting on a cruise ship evacuating 1,600 people after it hit a pile of rocks near the island of Santorini, and the next minute Gretchen Carlson is peeing all over Barak Obama's grammar school days. What's a Democrat to do?
When you catch Fox & Friends host Steve Doocy smearing poopy all over Hillary, tell the naughty network in a firm 'not happy voice,' that 'I'm not thrilled about this' and cancel any debates you may have foolishly scheduled on that network. Don't scream and carry on -- it will only frighten Mr. Doocy and he'll sneak off and do it all over Nancy Pelosi's trip to Syria when he thinks Democrats aren't looking.
Should Fox anchor Brian Kilmeade start 'holding it in' while reporting on John Edwards, make a big fuss. Praise Brian, pat him on the head and say how pleased you are.
Don't harbor unrealistic expectations, however. Fox News will have plenty of accidents before they get the message!