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Cameron at the Diner
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He’s holding up what looks like a nice brownie. Giuliani asked about family values– think voter is saying his family isn’t as nice as Romney. This is from a poli sci major(what school would it be rude to ask??) Rudy says look at my public life and record. What is noteworthy is his tone– doesn’t bat an eye or get miffed. Says he’s running as a “human being” and works in Mafia, reducing crime and managing NYC. On debate points, how you work in facts and how do you steer the question your way he is remarkable. Overall tonight: McCain has helped himself immensely, Romney is just off, Rudy is very solid and has done nothing to harm himself and Huckabee got some play care of Ron Paul. And until now I didn’t think of Fred Thompson– no gaping hole in need of filling it seems.

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