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The first question in US presidential debate history to not come from a moderator came courtesy of Chris, a thin white man sitting at a small table at his home in Portland, Oregon. I'm totally impressed with the Democratic candidates opening up to take queries from real people via YouTube! Awesome format, with the grass-roots questions asked by real people! 39 questions were chosen by CNN from a reported 3,000 or so total submissions. One YouTube questioner asked about nuclear power and three of the Democratic Party candidates answered the question: John Edwards answered that he opposes nuclear power. Barack Obama said he supports nuclear power. Hillary Clinton said she was "agnostic" on nuclear.
The Washington Post provided a summary overview of Monday night’s South Carolina debate.
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A Groucho Marx puppet is troubled by the lack of opportunities for homeownership in overpriced real estate markets.