Description: NEWSFEED: 12/04 POLITICS, 2004 ELECTION, DEBATE, 2ND HALF ONLY, WAR IN IRAQ, NEW HAMPSHIRE, DOMESTIC ISSUES, TED KOPPEL, SYMPHONY; INT briefing in Pentagon, mostly middle-eastern symphony gives rehearsal performance, pan from violin to horn section; INT pan across symphony beginning new number, starting off slow & quiet & being raise to a large piece of music; INT man plays strange, string instrument, composer waves stick, Asian man plays cello, INT Joe Lieberman announces his ideas for presidency, Ted Koppel serves as moderator of debate already in progress; INT John Kerry gives his ideas for reconstruction of Iraq, Howard Dean discuss bringing foreign troops to Iraq; INT most candidates ending US occupation of Iraq, Al Sharpton also speaks out against occupation & war with Iraq; INT Lieberman supports war w/Saddam but he is against US occupation, Wesley Clark thinks going into Iraq was a 'blunder'; INT Dick Gephart slams Bush's efforts on weapons inspection; INT candidates answer same question as to when US would leave Iraq if they were in power; INT Lieberman won't give a timeline, neither will Wesley Clark, John Edwards can't give one either, changes subject to ending war on terror; INT Brahm speaks against war in Iraq, Kerry states that Bush Administration is making US/Islamic relations worse; INT Dean changes subject from Iraq to domestic issues such as jobs & education; INT Edwards speaks of flaws in Bush's energy & medicare reform bills, Gephart speaks of disappearance of middle class; INT Gephart speaks of forming a turn around plan for America,Lieberman speaks of his tax cut for middle class; INT Rev. Al Sharpton makes crack @ Koppel's ratings, candidates get standing ovation from crowd; INT Koppel shakes hands w/candidates, who in turn shake hands w/each other, then they shake hands w/members of audience;
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