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from the New Voters Project Presidential Youth Debate [Oct. 13th, 2004|02:52 pm]
Roy Janik
That was the only question any of the candidates declined to answer, by the way. I think Nader came closest to answering the question completely, if you accept that the contents of hotdogs is an issue of national importance.
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[User Picture]From: nekomouser
2004-10-13 01:48 pm (UTC)
I was gonna say, I don't think any of them, from a purely "technical" standpoint, actually "answered" the question that was "asked." But to completely refuse to answer the question? Bad show.

So is this real or one of those computer generated responses you found in the Onion or something, because it could go either way.

I wish they had asked Badnarik and Cobb the same thing.
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[User Picture]From: zinereem
2004-10-13 05:41 pm (UTC)
It's real, and part of a larger debate. Click on the picture.

The slashdot post I saw is here:

http://politics.slashdot.org/politics/04/10/13/1657237.shtml?tid=226&tid=225&tid=224&tid=11
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From: hetchjay
2004-10-13 07:17 pm (UTC)

teeeechnically

It was a two part question. The first part is about when leaders should change their opinion, and he answered it with "When the facts based on those opinions are wrong." Now, admittedly he didn't give an anecdote, which is lame, but hey.

Nader's answer is awesome and I would vote for him on its basis alone. I am glad that I am not in a swing state, as my criterion for president rests solely on hilarity, as evidenced for my deep love for Bob Dole for his Daily Show appearance, and my immense boredom for Kerry for his same.
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