Parsing the DebateSubmitted by VR on Fri, 01/27/2012 - 23:05
"In a twist of irony, Ron Paul probably had one of his best performances on Thursday, and it was in a state where he is not heavily invested. He didn’t really get too tongue-tied as he often does even while repeating talking points that aren’t exactly crowd pleasers, such as opening relations with Cuba. He was practically loose and when Romney was pressed on whether he agreed with Paul’s proposed policies he took both sides: continuing the status quo of sanctions but no military intervention. He and Gingrich were complimenting Ron Paul so much one might think they were trying to talk their way onto his presidential ticket."