Watch Chris Dodd’s clip, above, as well as those of the other candidates.
WASHINGTON (CNN) – As part of the historic CNN/YouTube presidential debate Monday, CNN invited the eight Democratic presidential contenders to create a YouTube-style campaign ad.
-Joe Biden on the Iraq war
-Hillary Clinton on the best man for the job
-Chris Dobbs on hard work and white hair
-John Edwards on what really matters
-Mike Gravel speaks
-Dennis Kucinich says text “peace”
-Barack Obama invites voters to turn the page
-Bill Richardson continues his job interview
CNN and YouTube are teaming up again for a Republican presidential debate on September 17th.
– CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart
You'd think that CNN could at least spell Chris Dodd's name right. Who is Chris Dobbs?
I am sure glad out political leaders think in the same moronic way of Google, MySpace and Ringtone advertising. WHEN oh heavens to Betty WHEN, will these people realize the advertising has ZERO impact! The amount of money wasted on pointless/useless advertising could put 10,000 kids a year to college, feed/shelter all the people on the streets for 4-6 months and maybe just maybe give the little guy who is getting $100 pinched from his $350 check every week a flipping tax break.
Our country is run by a bunch of incompetent idiots on both sides if every sector at every level!!
Jerry R. Reynolds
The candidate's name is Chris Dodd, not Chris Dobbs. That's an inexcusable error.
"Who is Chris Dobbs?"
Clearly is a wacky combination of Lou and Chris Dodd...