Video: CNN/YouTube Debate Preview

Here’s a little video preview of Wednesday night’s (11/28/07) CNN/YouTube Republican debate:

I’m guessing there will be good times had by all, especially Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani who will probably get in a sort of slapping match over which one is more like Hillary Clinton. Furthermore, I’m guessing Tom Tancredo may be asked to defend his latest controversial advertisement.

As always, we’ll have analysis and the entire debate video up here once it airs.

Update

Here’s another preview:

“Swimming pool size screen” – I’ll be ordering one for my next computer monitor.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dd2dwf0OP2A&feature=PlayList&p=E3E0892460AA23D9&index=0&playnext=1 Tom

    here is a question that SHOULD be asked, see video: CNN/YouTube Republican Debate: Giuliani 9/11 Question

    Giuliani claims, “American foreign policy had nothing to do with the September 11th. September 11th happened because these people who hate us, hate us because of the freedoms that we have.” Giuliani is lying to us.
    http://representativepress.googlepages.com/CNNYouTube.html

    “The politicians really are at great fault for not squaring with the American people. We’re being attacked for what we do in the Islamic world, not for who we are or what we believe in or how we live. And there’s a huge burden of guilt to be laid at Mr. Bush, Mr. Clinton, both parties for simply lying to the American people.” – Michael Scheuer, Former CIA Bin Laden Unit Chief

  • http://www.youdecide2008.com Nate

    I would just ask, why are the Europeans being attacked by al-Qeda, they do nothing but capitulate to radical Islam yet they are often the target of terrorism. If the answer was to surrender to Islam, then Europe should be at peace with Islamofascists which they clearly are not.

    I would take it as an opinion that it’s our foreign policy, but I would have to also examine evidence to the contrary, like the fact that Indonesia is a hot bed of Islamic terror yet that country is doing nothing in in the Middle East.

    Could it be possible that Islamic terrorists simply want to attack America because they are carrying out some twisted interpretation of their religion and have nothing to do with US foreign policy?

    How would you respond to that?