Did you catch the big, exciting CNN-YouTube Democratic presidential debate last night, in which candidates got the chance to respond with pre-scripted sound bites to questions asked by real, live Americans who videotaped themselves asking the questions?! Yeah, us either, and if the Times report today was any indication, we didn't miss much. But what about the YouTubed questions that didn't make air? Surely some of those must have been entertaining. Well, maybe. After the jump, some highlights, as selected from the several thousand unasked questions available on the 'Tube by New York's indefatigable interns.
What's the Worst Thing You Ever Did?, ericspeak, July 17, 2007.
No Child Left Behind: Scrap Entirely or Revise?, blackturtleus, July 14, 2007.
What Will You Do to Protect Our Right to Digital Privacy?, cbmanica, July 16, 2007
What Would You Do to Improve the Current Health-Care System?, ufomonkey, July 24, 2007.
Senator Obama, Tell Me What You Would Do to Help About Global Warming (with a special appearance by Col. Potter himself, Harry Morgan, and his dog) , clmorgan, July 12, 2007.