Republican Debate in New Hampshire

Monday, June 13, CNN hosts the first New Hampshire Republican Presidential Debate, live from Manchester, NH at 8 p.m. ET.

The seven contenders: Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney & Rick Santorum.

More info, including how you can participate at CNN’s political ticker.

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2 Responses to Republican Debate in New Hampshire

  1. Angela says:

    The debate gave Paul tons of fuel for new campaign adds. Simply run the video of all those guys saying “it’s like congressman Paul said”, or “I agree with Paul”, I think there were at least 3 times the other contenders stated their agreement with Paul. Use that against them - why pick someone who isn’t Paul, just “like” Paul. Besides, it’s using their own words against them to make the argument that Paul has all the right answers - they said it themselves!!

  2. Matt Hill says:

    I would like to point out one very important thing to me. Dr. Paul did not pander to the state of New Hampshire, and did not pander to the people by mentioning the Bears nor by congratulating service men and women. To me that is an obvious sign of weakness in character and a distraction from the topic. I find it shameful that they have to resort to hose tactics and I find it sad that so many people eat that up and cheer. Look, of course we feel gratitude for those that protect us, but for crying out loud that is not the point! The point is that the fat old rich men at the end of their pathetic lives send misinformed youth to their death’s for political and monetary gain with no regard for their lives or the fact that the tax payers work day in and day out to foot the bill for wars that only intensify the hatred other nations feel towards America and that we never agreed to in the first place.
    Thank you Dr. / Congressman Paul for being so brave as to stand up to the established majority that are the Republicrats and standing instead for us.

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