Watch the 2012 New Hampshire Debate

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Debates, New Hampshire, Republicans, Romney, Video

Mitt walked away with it. No question. Nobody was able to hurt him and since he’s up in New Hampshire and South Carolina…this nomination process could be over very quickly.

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2 Responses to “Watch the 2012 New Hampshire Debate”

  1. Gray Says:

    I have a question – does having these debates really make sense? Is there any evidence to suggest that being a skilled debater translates into what traits are needed to be a good President of the United States? Has anyone ever studied that?

  2. cranky critter Says:

    It’s one of many vehicles for folks to familiarize themselves with the candidates. That’s all it is. I don’t think anyone is putting the kind of stock in them that you’re suggesting. Think about it this way: without debates, all they’d ever do is make speeches. At least during a debate they’re occasionally being challenged.

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