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Campaign 2012 / Perry / A Discussion #1005743

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 27, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A look at Texas Governor Rick Perry's consideration of sitting out of the coming debates introduced; details given about the debate format. [Tuesday on Fox, PERRY - criticizes the debate format.] [In CNN debate on October 18, PERRY - defends the Texas health care system; comments on illegals coming for jobs; attacks Mitt Romney for hiring illegals in his home; avoids a question.] [ROMNEY - responds.] [September 22 Fox debate, PERRY - criticizes Romney for flip-flopping.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Erick Erickson and James Carville about Perry, the Republican debates and the campaign. [ERICKSON - says Perry lacks discipline in his campaign and he has flopped over.] [CARVILLE - says Perry turned out to be a terrible candidate and is in over his head in a national campaign.]

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