Tuesday, July 24, 2007

YouTube Debate a hit in Europe

"By typical debate standards, the phrasing of YouTube questions was blunt and colorful. One man, questioning the consequences of an immediate troop withdrawal from Iraq, asked if all sides in the debate were watching "the same blanking war."

The debate was also set apart by the questions phrased the way average people speak and joke. There was also a freshness to some of the questions themselves, which covered subjects like nuclear power, education reform and (in Edwards case) the use of religion to explain personal opposition to same-sex marriage."

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