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From CNN Questions, not answers, highlight YouTube debate.

What are your questions for the candidates; your concerns?

Call them, e-mail them, write to them - it is your voice they must listen to, unless, of course, you don't use it.

Is there a weakened levee in your area; a bridge that needs repair? Tell them - ask them what they are going to do about it.

Do you disagree with our current foreign policy; are you opposed to a war with Iran; do you think more diplomacy should be used? Tell them - ask them what they intend to do about it.

Do you believe there is a better way to fight a war on terror? Do you believe there is a way to end terrorism? Tell them about it.

The strength of a democracy is in the strength and voices of its people. Show the candidates that you believe that our Constitution with its Bill of Rights must be preserved.

If you believe that there is an imbalance in the Balance of Power set up by our Constitution; if you believe there is an attempt at a usurpation of power - tell them, tell your Senators, tell your Representatives about it and demand that they tell you what they are going to do about it.

If you have ideas about real Homeland Security, share those ideas.

We are the People - it is not only our right, it is our responsibility.


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