The Corner

Re: YouTube Debate

With all due respect, K-Lo, I must strongly disagree with the idea that Republicans are being smart to skip a YouTube debate. They should embrace a YouTube debate. The last one was by far the best of the year, and the most revelatory. So what if they should have to answer a question asked a question by a snowman? Why is that any worse than being asked a question by Chris Matthews? And if the questions are ideologically hostile, they can call CNN on it during the debate — “I gather, Anderson, that there were 5,000 questions submitted. Amazing that you chose questions solely from liberal Democrats.”

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