I just listened to it again, and here are my quick thoughts
Perry won, I know this for two reasons. First the “experts” AKA Leftists at MSNBS declared him a loser. As a general rule, take everything any host at MSNBS says, and flip it, then you will have the right answer.
Secondly, I thought Perry sounded like a man of principle, and like a leader. And he swatted Karl Rove, good for him!
Romney, who MSNBS fawned over, had some good answers, but he sounded like he was afraid of Karl Rove giving him a harsh analysis.
Bachman? I think she might be on the way out.
Santorum? Why is he even still in this thing?
Cain? He, overall gave the MOST substantive responses. My question is why was he given so little attention in this debate?
Gingrich? I loved his spanking of the moderators. And, frankly, he is sounding more like he is campaigning for the eventual winner already. I expect him to withdraw soon after Iowa.
Paul? Why is he wasting our time?
Hunstman? He is a prick frankly. Sorry, but he is. He came across as another RINO pleading for the media to pat him on his head. Stacy McCain put is best about Huntsman
From my point of view, the two biggest questions about last night’s Republican debate were, (a) why was Jon Huntsman on the stage and (b) why did he get so much time? It is absurd to include the man I’ve dubbed “Governor Asterisk” — denoting his status as an irrelevant footnote to the 2012 campaign — while excluding, inter alia, Thad McCotter and Buddy Roemer.
Huntsman represents the “re-elect Obama” wing of the Republican Party
Stacy also enjoyed my favorite part of the night. When Herman Cain put the smackdown on the
MSNBS hosts er Leftist tools