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REPUBLICAN DEBATE
(2007-10-10)
(wgvu) - - THE NEWCOMER AT THE LATEST REPUBLICAN
PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE SAYS THE ECONOMY IS STRONG, BUT THAT THE
GOVERNMENT IS "SPENDING MONEY OF FUTURE GENERATIONS."
TUESDAY, FRED THOMPSON TOOK PART IN HIS FIRST DEBATE SINCE
LAUNCHING HIS CANDIDACY LAST MONTH.
HE DREW THE FIRST QUESTION AT THE DEBATE IN DEARBORN, MICHIGAN,
FOCUSING ON THE ECONOMY.
JOHN MCCAIN SAID PRESIDENT BUSH WAS RIGHT TO VETO AN EXPANDED
CHILDREN'S HEALTH PROGRAM.
HE SAID BUSH SHOULD ALSO VETO A MULTIBILLION-DOLLAR PUBLIC WORKS
MEASURE.
MITT ROMNEY SAID IT'S INEXCUSABLE THAT MICHIGAN APPEARS TO BE
LOCKED IN A "ONE-STATE RECESSION."
HE AND RUDY GIULIANI CLASHED OVER WHO IS THE BETTER TAX-CUTTER.

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