Ron Paul in CNBC / MSNBC / WSJ GOP Debate - Oct 9, 4PM ETSubmitted by Michael Nystrom on Tue, 10/09/2007 - 23:03
Ron Paul on monetary policy:
More debate highlights below:
Hardball Interview with Chris Matthews:
With Kudlow, post-debate:
The CNBC/MSNBC/WSJ GOP Debate will be held at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center in Dearborn Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. It will be televised live on CNBC, Tuesday October 9th at 4PM ET, then re-broadcast on MSNBC at 9 PM ET. It will also be streamed live on CNBC. The debate will be moderated by CNBC's Maria Bartiromo and MSNBC's Chris Matthews.
Of course Ron Paul will be there. This will also be Fred Thomson's debate, so there may be many first time viewers tuning in to see how he does. We all know that Detroit's economy is doing terribly because of the declining US auto industry, and it has also been hit hard by the subprime real estate implosion. Here is a decent article that goes into some of the issues facing the region and that will likely be covered in the debate. Detroit is big on cars, and the government meddles a lot in the auto industry with federal standards and regulations. Dr. Paul is once again certain to differ in his responses from the other candidates and offer a fresh perspective to the good people of Michigan and the country. It should be a great debate, and another big win for Dr. Paul! Tune back in here for analysis and discussion. As always, your comments are welcome below.