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Rudy, Mitt snub Florida's YouTube debate

The Republican Party of Florida scored when it landed not one, but two presidential primary debates in the state.

Candidates agreed to participate in a traditional forum on Oct. 21 in Orlando broadcast by FOX News. But Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney say they aren't coming to a Sept. 17 debate in St. Petersburg in which ordinary voters can submit questions via YouTube videos.

Are they scared of the melting snowman that featured prominently in the Democratic YouTube debate? Read Beth Reinhard's column here.