8:22 p.m. -- First question on Cain's sexual harassment allegations. He's answering directly, but Mitt looks like he smells blood or he feels sorry for Cain, I'm not sure which.
Would Romney keep Cain on if he bought Cain's company? Romney, who has a couple of hairs out of place(!), says Cain is the man to respond to those questions, and Harwood moves on to Huntsman and the economy. The crowd cheers.
Whoa -- Huntsman uses the 99% term, and says this nation is divided. "This country is never again going to bail out corporations." A smattering of applause. Huntsman comes out against the auto bailout, suggests a reorganization (hey, that's bankruptcy).
Cramer asks Romney, should corporations create profits or jobs? Romney answers skillfully, saying they go hand-in-hand. Romney has good energy tonight. Perry gets a follow-up, but that's it for him so far -- 2 follow-ups.
Gingrich is impressive, going after the media again. Maria: "What is the media reporting inaccurately?" Gingrich: Not a single reporter has asked a single occupier a single question about how the economy works, like, who will pay for this park you're in without business?