Just double-checked the debate transcript to make sure I was not mistaken, and it turns out that in last night's debate Giuliani made no mention of his 12 Commitments. This strikes me as odd. He spent the summer rolling out details on his commitments and has gotten positive reviews. This seems like something he would want to discuss at every opportunity, especially among Republicans in New Hampshire during a nationally televised debate. Also, he was criticized for speaking too much about his accomplishments in NYC last night, but had he also mentioned the the 12 Commitments it would have emphasized the fact that he is not stuck in the past, but forward looking; that not only did he work miracles as mayor, but he has laid out plans to do the impossible as president. This is something he has done before, but not sure why he didn't last night.