CNBC Debate Talk Time for Each Candidate

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Feb 7, 2007
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Talk Time

Candidate Time # of Questions

Giuliani 14:43 18

Thompson 14:00 18

Romney 12:24 13

McCain 11:45 14

Huckabee 8:28 8

Brownback 8:03 11

Tancredo 7:05 8

Hunter 5:51 7

Paul 5:44 7


The old excuse for the media doing this was that these guys have the most money, and therefore have the most staying power. We know that Paul has more on hand than McCain, and outraised Romney when you exclude $8 million that he gave to his own campaign.

What's the excuse now?
 
Nov 1, 2004
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Desert, Big Ron didn't outraise the Mittster ... who pulled in double your boy ... a cool 10 mil ... add the 8 out of his pocket ... 18 mil cash to burn.

Last Q

Rudy 11
Mitt 10 or 18
Fred 9
John 6
BR 5

BR is in the race. Be happy Desert ... could be the beginning of a miracle.
 

NYC Poke

The Veil of Ignorance
Sep 24, 2007
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If he starts getting results at the polls, he'll start getting more air time. He was recently featured in the NYT Magazine, so it's not like the MSM is ignoring him altogether.
 
Feb 7, 2007
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Desert, Big Ron didn't outraise the Mittster ... who pulled in double your boy ... a cool 10 mil ... add the 8 out of his pocket ... 18 mil cash to burn.

Last Q

Rudy 11
Mitt 10 or 18
Fred 9
John 6
BR 5

BR is in the race. Be happy Desert ... could be the beginning of a miracle.
You are correct on the numbers, sincere apologies.

It's obvious that they are trying to prop the Huckster up as the 2nd tier alternative, it's been in motion for the last several weeks.

Paul doesn't fit their agenda which is why he gets the fewest questions and the shortest talking time.