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    The Great Debate Tonight

    The Great Debate Tonight

    Despite the hype, I suspect many people will be thinking about some current and former Governors who will not be there, and who have not yet declared, or who may never declare.

    I’ll be traveling tonight so I will not get to watch it.  Please post comments (if you are able to — more on that in about a week), so I know what I’ve missed.  Or if I’ve missed anything.

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    I'll be live blogging at my place. Safe travels!

    Be safe. I'm sure you won't miss much.

    Please post comments (if you are able to —
    FWIW–.   With an assist from 'OpenID' and an old and rarely used email account, posting here seems to be working for me once again.
    Have a safe trip back, Professor.

    As soon as I turned it on, Rick Santorum said we need to eliminate the corporate tax so the wealth will "really trickle down." Way to make it to the top tear… using a liberal spin as your answer.

    Coming up on the half way mark, Romney has been a standout and Bachmann has done herself a lot of good on the road to becoming the anti-Romney with smart, cogent answers, a comfortable manner and some humor.

    Pawlenty seems weak. Gingrich is doing well but it is over for him. Paul is doing his usual thing. Santorum and Cain are hanging in there but Bachmann and Romney are taking up the oxygen.

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