posted on Nov, 28 2007 @ 09:25 PM
just saw it, I thought Ron Paul did an amazing job explaining the difference between conspiracy theories and facts.
Some key moments were:
Romney choking on the Bible question (he should have just kept his mouth shut, instead of backtracking on his statements)
McCain challenging Ron Paul on military support (and being countered with the fact that RP has more donations from enlisted officers).
Huckabee looking incompetent, especially when he was told his time was up - he just said "oh, ok." All the other candidates would always go over
time, some even just for the sake of going over, rambling about nothing and knowing it. Not Huckabee, his passive reaction was surprising to me.
I couldn't help but to notice that Huckabee had a certain cadence to his speech patterns, which just screamed memorization. It seemed like he was on
autopilot for many responses, especially his counter to Fred Thompson's commercial. Speaking of Thompson, what's that guy from Die Hard 2 doing in
the debate? Shouldn't he be in the watchtower... but I digress.
I thought a lot of the questions were garbage, but I was impressed with some of the questions that were asked, moreso than the previous debate.