POLL: Who Won the Florida Debate?

Mild fireworks and word play. Who do you think won?

The four leftover Republican candidates have moved onto Florida and tonight, they held their first debate on NBC.

There were some mild fireworks and verbal tangling between the four, with the center two, former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney and former Speaker Newt Gingrich, sword-fighting over lobby and business interests.

The outer two - former Sen. Rick Santorum and U.S. Rep. Ron Paul - stuck to their core issues, as they have in the past, with Paul focusing on the Constitution and Santorum emphasizing manufacturing and his ability to build a coalition to beat Obama.

Who do you think won the debate? Vote in our online poll and leave a note in the comment section.

Candace Salima January 24, 2012 at 01:45 PM
John, that's ridiculous. Romney had no inheritance from his father. He's earned every penny he has himself. He's worked hard throughout his life. He dedicated 28 years of his life, unpaid, to God, country, state, charity, and even the Olympics. He is known for his generosity, compassion, and willingness to roll up his sleeves to help a neighbor. On top of that, instead of spending his time drinking, carousing, cheating on his wife and going from party to party, he's led an exemplary life. No, I'm not saying he's perfect. I'm saying his good man. Now as to your 1% comment. The class warfare being waged in this nation is frankly unAmerican. I'm as poor as the next guy. Mitt Romney's wealth doesn't make me want to take his money from him, his wealth and the way he's lived his life inspires me to work harder so that I may be wildly successful too. But then again, I'm an American through and through and realize you have to work for what you want.
John St Croix January 24, 2012 at 05:51 PM
With his progressive corrupt record, he's not much different than Obama. LOL
John St Croix January 24, 2012 at 05:52 PM
Ron Paul much more desirable. At least did not buy his support and endorsements from 20 tea party leaders in NH!
John St Croix January 24, 2012 at 05:54 PM
The first three questions were not even relevant to his record or positions and should never have been allowed. They are subjective observations on the election and not debate issues.
nick January 24, 2012 at 10:20 PM
Candace romney will be another obumer I can qarantee he will. He will be a puppet just like all the other presidents wake up and see through this cover that's pulled over your eyes and vote for peace and change or are country will fall vote Ron Paul he are only hope do more research


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