September 22nd Fox News/Google GOP Debate [Full Length Video]

By | September 23, 2011

Thursday, September 22nd at 9pm, citizens got to ask questions of nine GOP presidential candidates. Fox News and Google co-sponsored the GOP debate and let viewers ask questions of the candidates through a submit and vote-up feature.

Attendees were:

  • Michele Bachmann
  • Herman Cain
  • Newt Gingrich
  • Jon Huntsman
  • Ron Paul
  • Gary Johnson
  • Mitt Romney
  • Rick Santorum
  • Rick Perry

In case you missed it, here’s the full length video of the debate:

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  1. DJ Redman Post author

    Very good points Cindy. Isn’t it amazing how the “share the wealth” mantra of Liberals never includes anyone from their base actually sharing the wealth by paying taxes?

  2. Thomas Fischer

    All this talk of a national sales tax being “regressive” or unfair to “the poor.” is just marxist rhetoric. Under any of the versions of “the fair tax,” the rich pay a lot more dollars into the treasury than they do under the current tax code; because (1) no more tax shelters and loopholes; and (2) they consume more than the poor and middle class. In fact, under the current tax code, many rich pay little tax at all. All the talk of “Tax the rich” is just posturing by socialist polititions, which ends up soaking the middle class. Even if you took all the rich people and hung them from the nearest street lamp and confiscated all their cash and sold off all their property; that would only pay the cost of government for a very limited amount of time. Why shouldn’t the poor who waste large amounts of their welfare on alchohol, cigarettes, gambling pay a 9% sales tax on such purchases, and have some “skin in the game.” All socialism does is eliminate the middle class; the elites keep their riches while pretending to care about the poor; the poor give political support to the socialist eleites in return for welfare; till the money runs out. In short, the current system puts nearly the whole tax burden on small business and the middle class; and the problem with socialism is, as Margaret Thatcher said, is you eventually run out of other people’s money.” Other people, read middle class; and the middle class is taxed to death as businesses move jobs overseas. Why not slap a tarrif on all imported goods, in addition to a national sales tax; and abolish all other taxes? Manufacturing would come back into America and employment would greatly increase. Do that, and tie the dollar to gold and silver; and socialilsm would die for lack of oxygen. Socialism in the USA would not exist without the endless supply of fiat paper money from the private Central Bank, The fed. I suppose the ideal ticket would merge the ideas of Herman Cain and Ron Paul.

    As to my response to other candidates: Romney is a Nelson Rockafeller sort of RINO who flip flops over he year on many issues- not a real conservative. The only thing he really believes in is the magic underwair that all temple initiated Mormons wear so they can become Gods over other planets after they die. Apart from that, he has no real convictions about anything. Perry is a globalist who attends Bilderberger meetings, and won’t build a fence on the mexican border because he wants to merge Mexico, the US and Canada under the North American Union; whose trans texas corridor he supported building. Newt Gingrich is a globalist who helped ram NAFTA through congress; to hear him talk about unemployment is a cruel joke. I like some of Santorum’s ideas about tax breaks for manufacturing; but Cain’s plan would accomplish the same thing. Bachman won’t get the nomination; and while I like the former governor of New Mexico, we have the same thing in Ron Paul. I see the nomination as stacking up to a race between front runner Cain, 2nd place Romney, and Ron Paul.

  3. Cindy H

    Cutting out the FAT.. What action would you take as President regarding the “work Credits” received at Tax time? Those on the Government Assistance Welfare, qualify and receive more dollars in tax returns than they paid in than those of the middle class workers that pay in all year long. Isn’t this a BIG Part of our country’s financial issue? What direction of action are you prepared to take to stop our country’s continuous negative balance

  4. Cindy H

    Instead of increasing TAXES on those already TAXED… Would you support an action that would require the Welfare card holders to pay the Sales TAXes on their food products?? Do you feel it is fair that those paying taxes all the time for these tax free programes should have to cover the Welfare programs exempt status? Instead of share the wealth what about share the taxes, that each of us are paying that are not on these programs?
    Thank You Cindy H of Kansas