Huckabee gets to make a speech with no follow up or challenge and sounds very reasoned. Rudy gets to tout his Club for Growth approved tax plan and argues for cutting corporate rates. McCain says tax cuts stimulate the economy and we should make Bush tax cuts permanent. He gets a chance to make his “Reagan Foot Soldier” and coupling tax cuts with spending restraint pitch. So far no one is laying a glove on him. That’s what frontrunners like.
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