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    The GOP Economic Debate: Liveblog!

    Tonight's debate on Bloomberg TV is maybe the most important so far. They will focus on what the American people want to hear about: The economy. What questions would you like to hear? Who do you think has the most to lose?

    Chime in! Let us know what you thing! Our staff will be liveblogging all night - hang out with us! If you're on Twitter, be sure to use the hashtag #econdebate.

    3 comments
    Sharon Brown Whelchel
    10/11/2011

    Cain understands how to fix the economy, and is not afraid to stand up and speak his mind, which I find quite refreshing. He can get the job done, he's listening to the American People! I like his 9-9-9 plan, which would bring Business back to America, and put our ppl back to work. Also he is quite capable of securing our borders, and stop giving away our hard earned dollars in the pockets of illegals. None of the other politicians want to put an end to all of the free handouts that illegals are given while our own ppl have to go without ex: college tuition expenses, free housing, tax exempt status while working here, food stamps, medical expenses all being paid for by us. What part of illegal doesn't Romney get? Would like to see a Cain/Gingrich ticket both canidates can and will turn this country around!!

    Caos Sinclair
    10/11/2011

    Cain answers questions when asked and friends called tonight from MIT and Stamford economics professor , thanks Dr Houbraont 999 works for the poor or someone making 20,000 a year someone making 50,oooo 200,000 thousand and 100,000,000. or 300,000,000 no matter what you income I get iget it, gee, I cant understand lawyers , I get it HC. I want to see CAIN/ West ticket, business + military officer the junior Congressman from South Florida

    Sherill Calhoun
    10/11/2011

    Several of the candidates made solid comments about their position. I personally like the 999 plan but agree that unless the people can be assured that it doesn't come back to haunt us by letting Congress manipulate the numbers in the future, we will be no better off than we are now. I like simple and equitable.