Political Junkie: Campaign Style



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Did you see that Democratic debate last night? It may have been hot in Chicago, but it was awfully chilly on that stage. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are still number one in the polls, but Clinton is starting to pull away. And, the two of them took some shots at each other. It made for some interesting moments in an otherwise quiet debate. Same goes for the Republican forum over the weekend. Mitt Romney and Sam Brownback fought over Romney's credentials as a pro-life Republican, but for the most part it was pretty quiet. There's more to come this weekend, though three of the top contenders are likely no-shows at the Republican Iowa straw poll. Have you been following the debates... or not? Anyone standing out to you on either side?



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