We think that Texas Governor Rick Perry may have disappointed as high expectations prevailed.
Romney, the polished politician and business man has yet to make a debate gaff.
Ron Paul actually drew fire from Perry after Paul pout out an ad that called Perry Al Gores cheer leader.
Bachmann faltering in the polls was pushed aside this time round.
Rick Santorum usually known as the social conservative has become the most defense conservative in the field as others have strong social conservative credentials.
Jon Huntsman spends a good deal of his time distancing himself from his former boss, President Obama. His also sets himself as the intellectual man in the room calling others non-scientific as he touts his views on Climate Change and Evolution.
Newt Gingrich came away with his recent attacks on the Media drawing applause. Gingrich, based on our estimations, drew the most applause lines from the audience this debate.
Herman Cain has his talking points down well.
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From the Washington Times:
SIMI VALLEY, Calif. — Mitt Romney and Rick Perry wasted little time in going straight at each other Wednesday night, sparring over whether the former’s business experience or the latter’s decade as governor of Texas is better training for boosting jobs as the occupant of the White House.“Michael Dukakis created jobs three times faster than you did, Mitt,” said Mr. Perry, referring to the former liberal Democratic governor who lost the 1988 presidential election.
“George Bush and his predecessor created jobs at a faster rate than you did, governor,” retorted Mr. Romney, a one-term Massachusetts governor who made his fortune leading a capital investment firm, as he pointed to the man whom Mr. Perry succeeded in 2000.
With the Republican presidential nomination on the line, the GOP field squared off at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in a nationally televised debate in which the candidates clawed at each other on their records and rhetoric amassed over years of government service.
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