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GOP Frontrunners Skip Debate on Minority Issues

Some of the Republican presidential hopefuls appear the "All-American Presidential Forums on PBS" at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. Alex Wong, Getty Images hide caption

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News Headlines: Sept. 28, 2007
Baltimore Sun: At GOP Debate on Minority Issues, Absent Candidates Incur Resentment — "Outside the debate hall at Morgan State University, African-Americans across the political spectrum used the phrase "slap in the face" when expressing their frustration at the decision of four leading Republican presidential candidates to skip last night's debate."

More: Homeland Colors live blogged the event and asked questions of the candidates in attendance.

Check out the open thread comments about the Republican snub.

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