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Monday, November 06, 2006

A civil debate


It's amazing how civil a debate can be when you don't have to deal with Joe Lieberman's whinning.

For those who missed it, here's video highlights from the 4th U.S. Senate debate featuring Ned Lamont and Alan Schlesinger. Make sure to pass this along to anyone you know who's still undecided.

Question 1: Iraq



Question 2: Fiscal problems in America


Question 3: Origins of terrorism


Question 4: Illegal immigration


Question 5: Senority


Question 6: Darfur


Question 7: Energy independence


Question 8: Crossing party lines


Question 9: Civil rights


Question 10: Drugs


Question 11: Critique of the media


Question 12: Loss of defense jobs


Question 13: Mistakes


Question 14: Congressional races versus Senate race


Final question and closing statements
(Since the debate started five minutes late, and my tivo didn't adjust to make up the difference, I didn't get the entire exchange. The question was basically can the people of Connecticut trust that their next senator won't take lobbyists money.