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I don't see where people are saying Cain did the best. He got an F on Foreign Policy.I wasn't impressed with any. But if I had to pick a winner, I'd say Pawlenty.
Paul - Same old, and too old.Cain - Nice guy but out of his league.Pawlenty - A delivery style that is both fake and uncomfortable.Santorum - too preachy, but probably the best delivery of the bunch.Johnson - Very disappointing. He's not what I expected, as a former successful governor. None has what it takes. Bring on the first tier! Pawlenty is no threat to anyone--not Romney, Huck or Daniels. I feel bad he's worked so hard for nothing.Thanks for the vids, Bosman.-Martha
I remember thinking I liked Ron Paul in 2008, but that he was a "little too out there".After the last 3 years, I feel like we are now even farther "out there".I gone from liking Ron Paul to openly supporting him!I may not agree with him on everything, but I believe he will move us in the right direction. For too long congress has been unwilling to restrain overzealous presidents. At least with Paul, I believe he will be a minimalist president who uses his power to only restrain congress when necessary. I'm sick of presidents that want to change every aspect of my life, our country, and the world.
Also, this was the only place I could find the debate on the web today. So props.Paul 2012!
Pawlenty has the worst hand-body language.MikeZ
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