January 19th, 2012
11:21 PM ET

Video: SC debate fiery and fierce

The four GOP candidates face off in several tense exchanges over health care, tax records and their vision for America.

Filed under: 2012 Election • Raw Politics
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  1. Alannah

    I honestly belived that separation from church and state happened 150 years ago. Why in American politics does this subject remain in the main stream? The ecomomy is tanking? Iran is an issue? The European Nation could crumble? Get your priorities straight? I hate to say it, but get over yourselves and start looking at the big picture. Your greedy executives started this recession in motion. Who actually cares about your religion or politics. Use your AMERICAN ENGUNITY and fix the problem.

    January 20, 2012 at 11:32 pm |
  2. Sharon Messina

    The CNN Republican debate recap, last night, was utterly SHAMEFUL and a disgrace. It was a blatant snapshot of how the media manipulates the public's thinking. The debate had 4 candidates, but the conversation afterward (that included Anderson Cooper, David Gergen and Gloria Borger) only talked about 3 of them. They purposely excluded mentioning Ron Paul! What ever happened to FAIR AND BALANCED reporting?

    January 20, 2012 at 8:34 pm |
  3. Oren Skurnik

    I'm a lifelong Democrat that was looking for an alternative to Obama this next time around because I think he's been weak and unfocused. It's a sad shame but I've come to the realization Republicans will not win the next presidential election. I just spent the last couple hours watching the South Carolina GOP debate and they spent the whole time explaining how terrible the other Republican candidate is, attacking each other and pointing out all the reasons they each would be a bad president (Santorum is too extreme, Paul is "equal to Harry Reed," Romney is just like Obama, and Gingrich is all ideas and no action). If the Republicans think the Republican choices suck, how can the rest of us vote for any of them? So disappointing...

    January 20, 2012 at 1:29 am |