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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Romney breaks away from Republican field

Posted By on Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 7:16 AM

ALL ROMNEY: Screen shot of Washington Post home page this morning.
  • ALL ROMNEY: Screen shot of Washington Post home page this morning.

Notwithstanding Rick Perry's Arkansas regiment, commanded by Col. David Sanders, it's starting to look like a runaway for Mitt Romney. I judge by coverage of mainstream media coverage this morning of last night's debate. Washington Post, above, is typical.

Talking Points Memo had a good summary of last night's event, plus this observation:

The average low-information voter isn't going to be exposed to any account of this debate that includes this necessary corrective: The prescription for economic recovery offered by the Republican presidential field is completely divorced from reality.

Factcheck weighs in here.

PS — Somebody noted that, at this moment four years ago, Hillary Rodham Clinton was viewed as the inevitable Democratic nominee.

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