November 23rd, 2007
11:00 AM ET
9 years ago

YouTube debate questions: The A-list

These debate questions feature unusual leading characters.

(CNN) - In this compilation, Anderson Cooper shows you some submissions that feature unexpected questioners - everyone from Abraham Lincoln, Uncle Sam, Santa Claus, and more.  Watch this clip.

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The GOP presidential hopefuls will take questions from voters in the second CNN/YouTube debate on Wednesday, Nov. 28.

What will you ask?

Filed under: CNN/YouTube Debate • GOP
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  1. Colin742

    The purpose of the debate is to inform and educate voters about matters of serious consequence to the nation. It is not to entertain or amuse. No more questions about UFOs, pearls vs diamonds or cartoons. Anderson Cooper usually handles important stories well. Lts's hope he acts responsibly as the debate moderator.

    November 24, 2007 02:31 pm at 2:31 pm |
  2. Shawnie - Grants Pass, OR

    I am not looking forward to another cheesy youtube debate. They spent way too much time on questions that are not the heart of America's concerns and were demeaning to all the candidates. The last CNN debate was really lacking. I hope this isn't as bad as the last one was.

    November 24, 2007 06:23 pm at 6:23 pm |
  3. FAIR TAX, LA.

    FAIR TAX!! OR DO Not VOTE FOR THEM!!!!we need a fair tax person in there. push for the FAIR TAX!!!!!

    November 24, 2007 08:24 pm at 8:24 pm |
  4. Amedeo

    Hmmm...I heard of that last week. It seems plausible bcseuae the reality is that only Dr. Ron Paul and Governor Mitt Romney have actual delegate counts. What the news sites show in the way of delegate counts is utterly false. The real delegate counts show that the Romney camp have a concern that Dr. Paul might be a thorn in their side...and so, they might be trying to broker with him before it gets nasty at the convention. The truth of the matter is that the Romney camp rigged this year's system with the GOP officials so that he would have an easier sweep of the delegates–even if he lost states. Well, Dr. Ron Paul got news of this and is now beating Governor Romney at his game and alerted his supporters across the country to pay attention and to not leave the voting areas after the announcement of the caucus or primary winners bcseuae that's when they pick delegates. If you don't have people who sign up to be delegates then, it's game over–even if you won the state primary. It's slightly complicated, but Rachel Maddow interviewed Doug Wead about all of this nonsense in the wake of the phony Maine results. Sorry I cannot include it here, but if you do a youtube search or go to, you'll find all of it cataloged there. In Christo Rege,

    July 16, 2012 04:41 pm at 4:41 pm |