Five things learned from the GOP debate
January 8th, 2012
01:56 PM ET
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Five things learned from the GOP debate

(CNN) - Five things learned from Sunday's GOP debate:

Everybody gets their follow-up

There's been a lot of grousing about the back-to-back debate schedule but, in fact, the candidates seemed to relish the chance to follow up on their performances Saturday night.

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  1. IS ROMNEY ANOTHER NIXON....?

    1)..Like Nixon...Romney seems to have been campeigning to become the Preidential-nominee for as long as Nixon did.

    2)..Like Nixon...Romney comes across still, distant and humorless.

    3)..Like Nixon...Romney seem to have a hidden agenda.

    4)...Like Nixon...Will Romney plunge the country into another crisis.

    And so we ask: "Will we have a repeat of Nixon in Romney.....?

    January 8, 2012 02:16 pm at 2:16 pm |
  2. gt

    its over romney is the one,,

    January 8, 2012 02:18 pm at 2:18 pm |
  3. vic , nashville ,tn

    Romney keeps on saying he is not carrier politician but he is running for office from 1994
    He couldn’t success. Wake up conservative say no to Romney

    January 8, 2012 02:26 pm at 2:26 pm |
  4. castyourvote2012

    As of this morning Mitt Romney has the most votes for President, but Ron Paul is in a very close second. Who do you think the next President should be? The votes are rolling in and the results are quite surprising. Make a difference. Participate in the 2012 Ebay United States Presidential Election Poll and cast your vote. Go to Ebay and Search for 2012 Ebay Poll, pick your candidate and vote. It is that simple. Proceeds to help benefit the American Red Cross.

    January 8, 2012 02:37 pm at 2:37 pm |
  5. Tony In Largo

    Their views are as extreme as ever, and they offer nothing to the average American voter, but rather to the big corporations, on whom,according to them, we should rely for managing our pension funds in Wall Street and for the creation of jobs. That's the wishful thinking of "Trickle Down Economics". The problem with that is that there isn't a Pamper big enough to contain what "trickles down" and there aren't enough cops to catch the crooks who bankrupt the Investment Companies in which our hard earned money is invested and yet walk off with tens and hundreds of millions of dollars in bonuses just before the companies go "South".

    January 8, 2012 03:05 pm at 3:05 pm |