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So Hillary doesn't just plant questions at her own Town Hall's, now she's planting questions at ours, too???

Bill Bennett was the first to raise the question (on CNN) of whether or not the brigadier general who asked the gays in the military question was a Hillary adviser.  He is.

Here's the thing:  His comments made him look foolish -- and the crowd started turning against him.

My point is that his question -- though obviously biased -- doesn't didn't hurt the debate because the audience is smart enough to discern a biased question. Fortunately, for every stupid question (or one with an agenda), there were 3 good questions.  That's not a bad ratio.

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