Grandiosity has never been a problem with Newt Gingrich. He handles it very well… I don’t want a nominee where I have to open the paper every day and worry what he’s gonna say next.
Rick Santorum, rebuking a claim by Newt Gingrich that he lacked the knowledge to achieve anything on the scale of a presidency. He concluded, essentially, by ridiculing Gingrich’s suggestion that he should drop out an allow conservatives to consolidate around him. “I came in first in Iowa, and I should drop out?”
You’re defending a plan that is top down. It is not a free market health care system. It is not bottom up. it is prescriptive government. It was the basis for ObamaCare, and you do not draw a distinction that’s going to be effective for us just because it was the state level, not the federal level.
Rick Santorum, laying into Mitt Romney over the Massachusetts health care system. Santorum has come out swinging, and his self-assurance is pretty undeniable.
We have an epidemic now of suicide in our military, coming back. They need a lot of help.
Ron Paul, expressing his concern over the poor state of affairs that often afflicts veterans coming home. Paul emphasized that he had the most support among members of the armed forces, and made it clear he feels they’ve been failed for lack of care.