Your Money; Your Vote
2011 CNBC GOP Primary debate in Rochester, Michigan
CNBC aired a debate on Nov. 9, 2011, entitled "Your Money, Your Vote: The Republican Presidential Debate", live from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.
Moderated by Maria Bartiromo & John Hardwood; plus Jim Cramer, the host of "Mad Money."
| OnTheIssues.org excerpts: (click on issues for details)
Budget & Economy|
Herman Cain: There are two problems with Dodd-Frank: Dodd and Frank.
Jon Huntsman: Italy is too big to fail; shrink 6 US banks that are too big.
Mitt Romney: No bailout for Italy; let Europe take care of Euro.
Mitt Romney: Let foreclosures happen; let the market reboot.
Newt Gingrich: Dodd-Frank kills small business & small banks.
Rick Perry: Entitlement programs are $115 trillion; we must cut them.
Ron Paul: Let Italy fail; or we face 10-year recession.
Ron Paul: Let market determine interest rate, instead of Fed price-fix.
Ron Paul: Go after crony capitalism; defend real capitalism.
Herman Cain: Put some fuel in the engine that drives economic growth.
Michele Bachmann: High corporate taxes lead to jobs leaving the country.
Newt Gingrich: College students should work and graduate with no debt.
Ron Paul: Student loan program is a total failure and unconstitutional.
Energy & Oil|
Rick Santorum: No federal energy help needed; we did it on Marcellus Shale.
Michele Bachmann: China is building 3,000 miles of tunnels for nukes.
Jon Huntsman: We're running on empty; people no longer trust government.
Rick Perry: Culture of Washington too cozy with corporate lobbyists.
Principles & Values|
Mitt Romney: Bipartisanship worked in MA; we looked beyond elections.
Michele Bachmann: No payroll tax cut; we need revenue from baby boomers.
Newt Gingrich: Take Social Security off federal budget; give young a choice.
Rick Perry: Pledge to older workers; transform program for younger ones.
Herman Cain: Tax codes don't raise taxes; politicians do.
Michele Bachmann: 47% pay no income tax; everyone should pay something.
Mitt Romney: Tax rate flatter & simpler but still progressive for now.
Mitt Romney: I don't want to raise taxes in the middle of a recession.
Ron Paul: Tax code is the symptom; spending is the problem.
Rick Perry: Put technology into place for long-distance learning.
The above quotations are from Your Money; Your Vote
2011 CNBC GOP Primary debate in Rochester, Michigan.
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