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Calling Out Rudy And Mitt

Jeff Jarvis

A voter calls out Giulliani and Romney for trying to find excuses to duck the YouTube debate. He calls them a variation on what I called them: fraidycat. And -- no surprise -- he comes around to say the real reason they're scared is because they don't want to face Ron Paul. Ron Paul is everywhere.

By Ed O'Keefe |  July 31, 2007; 9:06 AM ET
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First of all, you-tubers do not represent the "average-American." Most of those who post videos are on a personal quest to promote their own agenda, such as this nice young fellow in the sunglasses and the microphone. With such compelling arguments as "These candidates are scaredy cats," it makes you wonder why candidates for the highest office of the land would subject themselves to the class-less and ill-mannered videos such as the one made by our friend again. Presidential debates have a moderator for a purpose--to regulate the debate and ensure the candidates have a fair chance of presenting their views. Why would a candidate want to subject themselves to an ambush of freakishness?

Posted by: Kevin T | August 8, 2007 5:33 PM

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