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Update 10/13: According to AdAge, Pizza Hut is backtracking on the whole ask-a-question-at-the-debate-thing. It's probably due to feedback like--just an example--Gawker, who called it a "mockery of the American democratic system." And AP, who said it will pretty much ruin everything ever. Pizza Hut isn't, however, canceling the whole shebang. They're moving it online, reports AdAge.
President Obama and Mitt Romey will square off for their second debate on October 16 at Hofstra University in New York. It's a town hall meeting format-thing, which likely means slung jackets and awkward, aimless candidate-walking. The debate is set to cover foreign policy, domestic policy and, if Pizza Hut has anything to do with it, toppings policy.
Pizza Hut Just Goes Ahead and Releases Garlic Bread Pizza
Here's Pizza Hut's challenge to you; it's a philosophical quandary of the highest order, really. They'd like you, John or Jane Q. Debate Attendee, to stand up and ask either Mitt Romney or President Barack Obama: dude, dude, do you like sausage or pepperoni? (They will, apparently, accept "pepperoni or sausage") Says the press release:More »