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Update 8:00pm Eastern: Who’s in? Rick Moran surveys the GOP field.

Bryan Preston has a new Hot Air vid urging Republicans not to run from the scheduled Sept. 17 YouTube/CNN debate. Click to watch:

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I know. The CNN/YouTube Democrat debate was a circus. I said so. But Republicans shouldn’t sit out their turn. And conservatives shouldn’t abandon YouTube to the moonbats and jihadists. The GOP candidates should see it as an opportunity.

If the questions are stupid, say so.

If the forum is biased, say so.

Wouldn’t it be a breath of fresh air to see a Republican candidate take command, show some intestinal fortitude, and kick some MSM/left-wing assets?

I’d also love to see a Republican pull an anti-Joe Biden and stand up for gun owners in a national debate (see my latest column this week).

What say you? There’s a poll running at Hot Air. Have your say.

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More debate about the debate: Patrick Ruffini says save it. Hugh Hewitt’s not on board.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: 2008 Campaign, YouTube