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National Survey on Consumer Sentiment toward the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
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At Saturday's Republican debate, the night belonged to the three Governors. I give the win to Chris Christie because he not only asserted himself and his extensive experience as a federal prosecutor and chief executive but also because he pounded Marco Rubio who, I believe, never recovered. John Kasich pretty much tied Christie for the win by both appealing to the large number of independents who are expected to vote on Tuesday -- and by redefining the meaning of "conservative" as a having a big enough tent to include both economic growth and fiscal conservative and those with the compassion to care about those who, in Kasich's words, "live in the shadows".
As the fields of candidates in both parties narrow down, we get to see our potential Presidents much more closely. We look at the issues and how they articulate them, how they deal with challenges and adversity, how they handle their zealous staffs and respond to fair and unfair media questions. And ultimately we see both their strengths and flaws. Sometimes the so-called flaws emerge in the strangest ways. Remember Al Gore's impatient sighs during his debate with George W. Bush? Or Gerald Ford's pathetic misstatement about Poland not under occupation in 1976 when debating Jimmy Carter? I recall that Jimmy Carter "lusted in his heart", which is generally not where these things happen.