Skip to comments.Live Thread - NBC News/Tampa Bay Times GOP debate tonight on NBC
Posted on 01/23/2012 2:38:27 PM PST by TexasFreeper2009
All four remaining GOP candidates have been confirmed for tonight's debate sponsored by NBC News, the Tampa Bay Times, The National Journal and the Florida Council of 100. The debate will take place at the University of South Florida in Tampa. This will be the first of 2 debates this week focusing on the Florida GOP primary on Tuesday, January 31st. Note the air times on the east and west coast.
Television Air Time: Monday, January 23rd at 9pm ET, 8pm CT and 9pm PT on NBC
Live Streams: (airing 9pm ET) NBCPolitics.com, National Journal, and TampaBay.com
Participants: Gingrich, Romney, Santorum, Paul
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Nice to see the unity on English as nations language in a Florida debate.
LOL. Yep the St Pete Times is horrid liberal rag.
Williams is just execrable .. short of wearing a Ø tshirt, the miserable cretin couldn't possibly have been more of a tool.
I'm tempted to use the term 'whore' to describe him, but most of them actually have some professionalism (so i've been told ;-).
But now FR's gotten sooooooo slow I'm about to hang it up for the night and let the Republic try to survive the night without my sparkling input.
Thank you, Sheldon Adelson! Glad Newt has a rich supporter.
Romney protests too much...
From the National Governor’s Association Website: November 2004
Governors Target Nation’s Housing Crunch
New NGA Issue Brief Highlights Governors’ Efforts to Increase Housing Affordability and Availability
November 09, 2004
Governors are increasingly linking innovative housing strategies with broader economic and development policies to make housing more available and affordable for all, according to a new NGA issue brief .
Given that one in every seven Americans today spends at least half of their income on housing, governors are increasingly linking innovative housing strategies with broader economic and development policies to make housing more available and affordable for all, according to a National Governors Association (NGA) Center for Best Practices issue brief released here today at the 2004 Annual Housing Conference.
The brief, which was funded by the Fannie Mae Foundation, will help frame much of the discussion during today’s conference, “States of Change: Innovative Policy and Investments for Stronger Communities,” sponsored jointly by the NGA Center and the Fannie Mae Foundation. Progressive leaders in state housing policy, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell will be featured speakers during the daylong symposium at the National Building Museum.
In his speech at the conference, Mitt Romney said: By leveraging public and private sector investment, we can increase our housing supply and support economic growth. Mitt Romney at 2004 NGA/Fannie Mae Foundation Housing Conference.
Key words: Progressive and leverage.
Romney just keeps agreeing with Gingrich
Yes, you are correct. The name changed Jan. 1 ... they still remain the most liberal newspaper ever.
Is this reporterette a La Raza plant?
Don’t like Newt’s answer on Dream Act. Although tolerable, I don’t feel they deserve to serve in our military. Dont’ want foreign people with questionable loyalties serving in the military, with access to weapons, etc.
Also don’t NEED them flooding the benefits roles, or to have to support their endless dependents until the end of time. This could EASILY bust the military/TRICARE budget to smithereens.
Oh, what’s up with putting tweets up on the screen?
He (Gingrich) did good on the English language, but I think he his going to screw himself on illegal aliens with a round of “compassionate conservatism”. Same with Romney. Romney is very slippery and just talking out of both sides of his mouth. I want to hear the Santorum position on this critical issue.
What, is NBC just going to stop the debate?!!
Santo could have made the point that foreign nations like China is drilling for Cuba not so far from the Florida Keys.
Stupidest debate ever.
“I wish he would just stick to economic issues and size of fed gov. stuff.”
I don’t - the more people see how dangerous and ignorant he is in this area, the better.
I think it’s funny how Newt gives very concise, well explained answers on his positions. Then Mitt says ‘yeah, what he said’.......
The audience was admonished “NO APPLAUSE, NO REACTIONS” early on. For the most part they have done so, although I bet that during the breaks they are being hammered again.
Attrition and Enforcement does work. NBC will do everything to claim otherwise. Santorum doing a great job talking about the laws broken by illegal aliens.
LOL! Santorum is the male version of Mother Theresa.
Should be added to the drinking game.
Babe reporter is scared. She remember how Newt bitch slapped whatever-her-name-was CNBC moderator like 4-5 debates ago.