Wednesday, November 9, 2011

The Homestretch

Cain gets a laugh with his customary opening to his answer on a California bridge question, "That's why I have proposed a bold plan. . . "  I don't think he meant it to be funny.

Romney says he would bring an action "at the WTO level," charging China as a currency manipulator.  Is that a real solution or is it an acceptance of our subservience to the global economy?

Gingrich says we have to "dramatically raise the pain level for the Chinese" for cheating.

Huntsman should avoid any attempts at humor. 

Huntsman accuses Romney of "pandering" by "throwing out applause lines" about tariffs.  But he offers nothing of substance.

Bachmann has a pretty good grasp on the Chinese problem.  "We need to stop enriching China with our money." 

Cain's answers and his style seem repetitive and, at times, condescending.  He always comes back to his 9-9-9 plan, and he is starting to seem like a one-trick pony.

Oh, wait -- great line from Herman Cain:  There are two other big problems with Dodd-Frank -- Dodd and Frank.

It's feast or famine with Rick Perry.  Either he's good or he's not.

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