Greg Mueller: Cain Won the Debate (Romney Also)

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    Well respected GOP strategist said Cain and Romney won!!!

     
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    Um. so who won? Cain or Romney?
     
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    They both did. LOL
     
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    Personally I think Romney because he didn't slip and he will get a bump from the Christie endorsement!
     
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    The biggest focus of the Bloomberg ECONOMIC debate was on Cain's brilliant 9-9-9 plan!

    No one else's plan was really mentioned other than Cain bring up Romney's 51 point plan which Romney could only speak in generalizations of! Perry ONCE AGAIN deferred saying he doesn't have an economic plan yet! Good job W, I mean Perry!
     
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    But....Romney keeps getting softball questions....and never, never gets one about his belief in AGW....I believe
    the Left wants Romney as the candidate...

    ...and, the 9-9-9 is a loser....

    it would greatly increase taxes for most.

    At $60,000, an earner pays about 6-7% currently.
    Now it would be closer to 18%.
     
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    When Cain explains how the average worker pay 15% in payroll taxes, like he claims repeatedly, then I will start taking him seriously.
     
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    Take your user's name advice and stop being stupid!
     
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    Cain!
     
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    You never fail GHook. If I post in a thread where you have posted, you negative rep me every time. Did I sleep with your wife or something?

    As for my post, neg rep me all you want, it doesn't change reality. Cain has mentioned a 15% payroll tax on workers multiple times without ever explaining where he got that number. He mentioned it again last night in the debate and ZERO people challenged him on it.

    I like Cain (and yes I know you will neg rep me for liking your guy), but he needs to explain his numbers. That's all I'm saying.
     

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