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Imitate A Moonbat Contest: “Defining ‘Debate’ Down”

Friday, July 27, 2007  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

CNN is asking for YouTube questions for the Republican edition of its YouTube debate. Please submit to YouTube the sort of question (with appropriate staging –snowmen, guns, backdrops on Temple Square or in front of Giuliani Partners) that you think CNN will receive and chose for the GOP YouTube debate. Send me the link. We’ll pick the best ambush questions in advance of the debate and as a sort of debate prep. (I see Rudy’s bailing and I hope Mitt does as well.)

Here’s an example of a question which while non-moonbatty in backdrop, is about the sort of level I expect will flood into CNN.

And this one.

UPDATE: SaveTheDebate, brought by you by the folks opposed to serious presidential debates.

This controversy about “defining ‘debate’ down” reminded me of the late and greatly missed Senator Moynihan. Not many people refer to missing Moynihan as some often do with regards to Scoop Jackson, but it would have been a great benefit to the U.S. had he lived to participate in the public debates of the past four years.

UPDATE 2: From the Washington Post:

[O]nly Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) and Rep. Ron Paul (Tex.) have agreed to participate in the debate, co-hosted by the Republican Party of Florida in St. Petersburg.

Now if it just stays those two, Anderson Cooper and the snowmen brigade, it would be very interesting indeed.

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