Here's last night's Republican presidential debate on Fox News in its entirety, courtesy of CSPANJunkie. It's in eleven parts, here's the first:
The rest is below the fold, including Giuliani and Paul on gun control in part 4, and an interesting exchange between Paul and Huckabee in part six...
Part 10: yes really, there's more of this crap:
And part 11:
I'm not sure who, and I am certainly no big fan of Paul, but the constant laughing every time he was called on by one of the announcers (or maybe other candidates?) was highly unprofessional, disrespectful, and the guy should have been thrown out.
As for the candidates: Romney got slammed from McCain, the deputy sheriff, and a bit from Giuliani, and he didn't handle it very well. Brownback made me remember why I oppose legal support and/or legal recognition of gay marriage, but he sounded like he wanted to criminalize it. Other than that he bombed. Tancredo needs improvement as it was hit and miss as far as performance. Hunter was characteristically easy to forget. Huckabee did remarkably well, at least in his spat with Paul. Paul made a few good points; he is definitely running as an alternative to the same lame Republican party, but comes off as a bit crazy. McCain was at his best, but I don't think it was good enough. And Giuliani just repeated what he did for New York City several times. From their collective performance last night, I think the winner was the Democrat Party, with Fred Thompson a close second.