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A Debate — or a Game Show?

GOP candidates started their debate just a few minutes ago, with Chris Wallace asking all of the candidates about Iraq.

But the most bizarre aspect so far is the set: Candidates each stand at rounded podiums, in front of a set decked out with the Fox News logo and backlit stars and dots. When they go over their alloted time, a buzzer rings — I think it’s the same sound that alerted contestants on the "$20,000 Pyramid."

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