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PrezConference: Biden answers

We have our first reply to a PrezConference question from a candidate. Joe Biden answers JD Lasica's question about what he would ask us to sacrifice. Here's JD's question on YouTube. With this and his head-to-head video debates on issues, Biden takes the lead in smart moves in the YouTube campaign. And here is my invitation to ask any candidate any question. Just record your question and upload it to YouTube (or use QuickCapture) and then tag it PrezConference (just as Biden's campaign tagged his reply). That way, we'll see which questions get answered and which don't along with the answers. The tag makes it a conversation. This is an important moment in the YouTube campaign. In the old days -- yesterday -- JD would have had to have run into the candidate at a random event somewhere in the country to have even a prayer of asking a question and that interaction would have been lost in the moment. But now, JD can ask iand the candidate can answer in front of all of us and he can answer for all to hear. So please do ask your questions. We deserve answers. * LATER: Andy Plesser at Beet.tv put up video of me talking about PrezConference. If you dare:

5 Responses to “PrezConference: Biden answers”


  1. 1 James Kotecki Apr 4th, 2007 at 8:43 am

    Very exciting to have a mid-range candidate make a response. It still seemed to be lacking something though - perhaps it was that someone off-camera was apparently reading him the question from the video (which means Biden may not have actually seen the video himself). But, that doesn’t really matter, since the exciting thing is that his campaign is obviously making a serious effort on YouTube.

    Then again, this makes sense given his position in the fundraising race. His “Head to Head” site is an attempt to take the focus off of money and put it onto the issues. A very good strategy for someone who only raised $3-4 million in the last quarter.

    - James Kotecki

  2. 2 steve rosenbaum Apr 4th, 2007 at 2:43 pm

    This an important, and critical shift.

    It is the beginning of an open source editorial environment that will be complex and messy. But given the current state of diligence provided by media - its a welcome development. Clearly there will be places that convene conversation - Jeff has created that. And clearly candidates won’t answer every question (just as the don’t respond to every email). But accountability is core to our Democracy - and we don’t have much accountability right now.

    Bravo! Well done.

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