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McCain gets asked a good, fair question. Starts off well by saying the American people did not trust Washington to solve the problem. Now he tries to sound tough about guardng the border. He does sound tough. The record doesn’t even come close to supporting how he sounds, but he SOUNDS good.

WOW. Wendell Goler hits McCain effectively while asking same question of Romney. First time ANYBODY in these debates (in terms of media) has effectively upbraided McCain. Goler is now my hero. (Oh… and Romney gives good answer.)

Thompson: High fences and wide gates and we get to decide when to open the gates and when to close them. Good rhetoric. (If FRED had participated in that New Hampshire debate instead of announcing on Leno, and had done as well as he is doing tonight, he would have the nomination absolutely wrapped up already.) Another commanding answer.

Huck: (asked about outreach to Hispanics). Huck starts very well by saying Hispanics are NOT soft on immigration.

Rudy: (Goler asks tough question about police not asking immigration status.) Rudy gives good start to his answer. Giuliani goes on to give brave defense of his record. Makes the best of what could be a vulnerability for him.

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