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November 29, 2007

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dl

Since when can only supporters ask questions?

This is a REALLY good question and the man deserves the opportunity to ask it.

What were the answers?

John Morgan

CNN only showed their part of the controversy this morning but I think we all know what the answers were: no GOP candidate is going to go against the DADT policy even if it hurts the nation. Bigotry first and all that.

tyler

Wonder why General Kerr never asked Hillary's husband why HE instituted the policy (don't ask don't tell) in the first place. You would think that the good general would have had a chance to ask the architect of the policy while working on the wife's campaign. It would have saved him the flight (who paid for that) to Florida.

And you support opposition plants in the audience? Wow...remind me of that if a Romney guy is flown to the next Dem debate and handed a microphone to ask Hillary about her communist chinese campaign donations...not that that would happen mind you...

have a great day :)

John Morgan

What I support are real debates where candidates can ask each other questions and actually debate the issues. The general wasn't a plant.

dl

I agree that it is bigotry first and foremost. In all its forms - racial, gender, ideology, class, etc.

Good debate idea.

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