Watch the Full Fox News/Google GOP Debate

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Watch the complete Fox News/Google Republican Debate in Florida, Orlando:

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


  • freegoa1

    Just listen and compare all the candidates to Ron Paul. Rest of ’em are just usual mumbo jumbo while Ron Paul talks about the real solutions.

  • We support you Dr. Ron Paul 2012!

  • brizzurker1984

    Ron Paul 2012 – Leagalize freedom!!!

  • BroodjeEend

    There is absolutely no reason for the US to support Israel like it does. Israel is occupying Palestine. People need to understand (and one only needs to look at World War 2 for comparison) that terrorism is nearly always the result of (foreign) occupation. This is also the reason behind the 9/11 attacks, which is not the fault of the American people but most certainly that of the American governments.

  • DieUnsterblichkeit

    Most of them have no clue….

    At that Bachman,
    I never thought we see another Palin, but even less intelligent

    Are americans always that paranoid,
    If they don’t like something it’s socialist
    If iwe get bad weather , it’s socialist faulst

    Some businesses should always be in the hand of the state/goverment
    (Police, Firefighter, Teachers and even Hospitals) As in their hand their target is to serve the people, not the dollar

  • sharpasaneraser

    Well, perry must be into self-decapitation because he all but put his campaign on the chopping block with those egregiously stupid positions he’s taken on illegal immigration. I hope he enjoyed his 15 minutes.

  • KenrayCan

    Mitt: Even the Chinese do it.

  • BlakeFalling

    Fox News, un-fair and biased.

  • PDigital2o3

    Vote for Ron Paul!

  • DAcubsSUCK100

    ahh well i got an idea. why dont we all sit around and blame each other while being divided by parties? that seemed to fix everything before……wait thats right, it DIDNT fix anything. it takes the legislative and executive branches to run the government. i really think its awesome that there are some republicans that can actually answer their question by what they think, not blaming it on someone else.

  • buster20010

    When did Israel become our friend? They spy on us attack us and murder our citizens. Friends don’t do such things.

  • dizasteroid7

    ron paul reminds me of the dad on that Frasier show. lol. he has my vote though. id sooner vote for him or gary johnson than any trilateral commission/ builderberg buttpuppet. funny how most questions are aimed at 2 specific candidates in an obvious effort to imply they have all the answers.

  • TheJayEffkay

    Bugger You Fox – Ron Paul is THIRD in national polls – why in Fark are you giving more time to Hunstman, Cain and Santorum ????



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  • HeroOfChristArchives

    Full GOP presidential debate in Orlando, FL — September 22, 2011 (Fox News)


  • rdsweet

    Newt is crazy on the unemployment check. He forgot that the gas crises laid folks off. Companies moved out of the country. And unemployment money comes from collected taxes not the government. and in order to get an unempoyment check you had to be working at one time. Not saying I agree or disagree with the extension, but Newt has no clue what he speaks. I guess when you don’t have a real job you aren’t sure what is right.

  • Dan441734

    If there were no Unions for Federal workers……..they’d be screwed worse than they are now. Congress has already frozen federal pay, cost of living adjustments for 3 years, proposing to freeze it for two more years. Federal work force is an easy target for Congress to attack and say “we are reducing the federal deficit by cutting federal pay”: to hard working federal workers, who include our fine men and women who protect our borders.

  • lilfatl

    f u propaganda machin, the american people are in a deep sleep.I bet they know alredy whi is the next pupet”president”



  • Liberluvr

    My letter to Jon Stewart (“The Daily Show”),

    Dear Mr. Stewart (or Jon Stewart’s little helpers),

    Regardless of how much or little you agree with his views, thank you for showing much more respect to Ron Paul the man than his own party does.

    As a recovering “neocon”, thanks to the constitutional enlightenment of men like Ron Paul, while I have not bought into the “Fair and balanced” slogan of Fox News for awhile now, nevertheless, I was stilled shocked by how obvious they allowed themselves to be in their bias during tonight’s Republican debate in Florida hosted by them and Google. Ron Paul was not merely treated like a crazy old uncle, but was treated like that long-gone deceased uncle the family pretends never existed, you know, the one with a drinking problem who’d dress his pet monkey in a little ballerina outfit and beat into oblivion with a stick (old “Jerky Boys” joke).

    Though Ron Paul wins all the online polls, and averages at least 3rd in the corporate-controlled media polls, Ron Paul was given less opportunities to speak tonight than all of the other candidates, and when he was given an opportunity, with the exception of one time when they begrudgingly deferred to him on a fiscal economics question (something he supposedly knows nothing about according to the all-knowing Bill O’Reilly), he got nothing but a couple “gotcha” questions, while all of the pet issues which he championed long before anyone else on that stage ever knew or comprehended them were directed to the other candidates, while he gets not even a nod of acknowledgment or given a word on the matter.

    This intentional bypassing of Ron Paul the candidate and the plagiaristic hijacking of some of his views tonight was shockingly evident. And now after the debate, Fox News then has the gall to proceed to ask the question “Who won the debate?”, while hoping that no one who watched the debate was sufficiently aware of how it much it was rigged to reply with the question, “Which candidates did Fox News actually allow to debate?”. If Fox News were honest, they’d simply ask, “Who had the best hair tonight? Romney, Bachmann, or Perry?”

    In short, when you interview Ron Paul on your show again or present a piece about him, perhaps a follow-up to your last hilarious piece regarding the media’s treatment of Ron Paul as a 13th floor would work very well. I mean, if the media in general has treated Ron Paul like a 13th floor, then Fox News in particular has treated him as if a 13th floor is a kooky figment of someone’s imagination who no doubt must also be a socialist or hemp-wearing libertarian. Above all, it would make for a great hit piece against Fox News (which I know you would like), with the exception that unlike all of their hits on Ron Paul, your hit piece would be truly “fair and balanced”. Fox News (with the exception of John Stossel and the Judge in my opinion) is well overdue for a serious whuppin. I hope you unleash hell on them.

    Best of luck to you and your show!