Michele Bachmann came out swinging in Thursday night's Republican debate. She landed repeated blows on Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul.
Rick Perry had a memorable line with his Tim Tebow comment, but Thursday's GOP debate – the last before the Iowa caucuses – didn't exactly offer an electrifying finish. Still, a few jabs hit their mark.
Thursday's Republican debate was the last before voters begin making their choices on January 3. Front-runner Newt Gingrich insisted he could beat Obama and likened himself to Ronald Reagan.
Foreclosures are in a seasonal slowdown, but evidence suggests a new surge of foreclosures will arrive in 2012.
A summary of the one-liners delivered by Republican candidates in Sioux City, Iowa Thursday night.
Michele Bachmann came out swinging at Newt Gingrich and his $1.6 million in earnings from Freddie Mac.
Republicans aren't buying Romney's chief argument: that his private-sector, outside-Washington background makes him a better candidate than does Gingrich's three decades in the capital. Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, also has been unable to persuade Republicans he's more conservative than Gingrich.
As the two Republican front runners take swipes at each other over their pasts with large companies, they seem to agree with some very liberal ideas about government oversight and corporate reform.
If the new Ron Paul attack ad helps him make further inroads against Newt Gingrich in Iowa and New Hampshire, Paul could throw the GOP presidential race wide open, some experts say.