As I said before, just about all of the questions in the video came up in the Tea Party Express debate. If they didn't get asked by the moderator, they were often brought up by one of the opposing candidates. When Ron Paul was asked if he would let a 30 year old die who became sick after refusing to buy health insurance, it was a logical question. He had to think fast because he knew most Americans would find that rather harsh, although based on some of the yells from the crowd, at least a few in the audience were eager to "let him die."
Frank, all the questions in the video you posted dealt with facts concerning education, health care, poverty, and hunger in America. Those that did not deal with facts, asked candidates their position on issues like taking care of the poor, feeding hungry children, and capital punishment. The Tea Party Express debate which I watched earlier this week had many of the Republican candidates attacking each other on some of the same facts and issues. Didn't Hunstman actually accuse Perry of treason! I think Bachmann slammed Perry pretty good too. I hope you are not saying that the Republican candidates cannot handle tough questions from wimpy "liberal" commentators. If they can't, then they don't deserve to be president.
cyoung, if you do not see most of those questions as loaded, left leaning, agenda driven, government must take care of me cradle to grave questions, then you may be one who thinks government is here to solve all our problems. Then you of course would not see bias.