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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Debate wrap-up and what most media missed

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You can run the video above for the media wrap-up of last night's debate. The one thing most of the media is not talking about was Mitt Romney's refusal to be baited into getting into the "Cain/women issue"--once Mitt curtly responded by referencing the answer Cain had just given, the issue died (at least for the evening) and was not raised again--

The moderator's question about the allegations drew boos from the audience at the debate, which was focused on economic issues. Romney was cheered when he declined to answer when asked if he would hire an executive facing similar charges. "Look, Herman Cain is the person to respond to these questions. He just did," Romney said. "The people in this room and across the country can make their own assessment." http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/10/us-usa-campaign-cain-idUSTRE7A04CW20111110?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews&rpc=71

As for Rick Perry's gaffe, it's really no surprise he's self-destructing.

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