WASHINGTON —A MUFSO debate between stand-ins for the U.S. presidential candidates proved as contentious as the actual face-offs between Barack Obama and John McCain, with the participants disagreeing on everything from Sarah Palin’s competency to what makes a good Oval Office occupant. The two-person teams squabbled over such issues as which candidate offered the best prospects for small businesses; how much the financial crisis should ...
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