One view of how this might play out and who benefits by waiting to fully engage is here. My take is that Rudy in the debates bests just about everyone so the more debates the better, which is contrary to the usual rule that frontrunners should avoid debates. His ability to take advantage of the “ask the lawyers” moment is a good example of pouncing on others’ errors. Now with multiple candidates like Thompson and McCain the opponent’s error gets replayed from multiple campaigns. Romney does better with time to prepare and can use his resources in the paid media. I used to think the race would be won in Florida, then Michigan popped up but maybe after all this ground zero is really New Hampshire. Guess where Rudy is going this weekend?
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