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Who Won Latest Debate: Scott Brown or Elizabeth Warren?

Held in Springfield, this debate focused more on issues, less on personal attacks.

Vital issues core to this race for the U.S. Senate—taxes, healthcare, soaring higher education costs, abortion, insurance coverage of contraception—were the focus of last night's debate between Sen. Scott Brown and challenger Elizabeth Warren.

And, of course, there were different views of which candidate accomplished the most in this penultimate debate. The final debate between them is scheduled for Oct. 30.

Who do you think 'won' last night's debate? Tell us in the comments section below.

Tellitlikeitis October 15, 2012 at 03:06 PM
next time you have a dr's appt., ask your doctor about what is gonna happen to medicare patients under obamacare,who would know better than the doctors about how medicare gets affected. every doctor i have talked to has said the same thing,that doctors and hospitals are being paid half of what private insurances pay,but once obamacare kicks in it will go down to 30 cents on the dollar or 30% of what private insurance will get.so what doctor in their right mind wants to take medicare patients and get 30% instead of private insurance and get 100%. come on its common sense if you take off your liberal glasses and stop drinking that awful kool-aid
P.P. Longstocking October 15, 2012 at 03:09 PM
"In terms of content the clear winner was Brown. Vague generalities by Warren proved to be her undoing. However, this was to be expected based on her history. We need to ensure that we have intelligent, effective communication in the senate as Brown has delivered thusfar. If anyone thinks Kerry can actually relate to the average citizen think again!" -- All the talking points hit, Russ. You can collect your paycheck in Texas.
P.P. Longstocking October 15, 2012 at 03:15 PM
It's pretty telling when Republicans use a Kennedy or Bill Clinton as an example of Democrats hating women. Republicans clearly don't know the difference between consensual sex (aka Kennedy/Clinton) and sexual assault (aka "let's redefine rape")
Tellitlikeitis October 15, 2012 at 03:54 PM
hey pp, it's also pretty obvious that liberal women don't care if their husbands get caught red handed cheating on them in front of the whole country and don't really care as long as they can have their high standard of living,what excellent role models for the young girls in this country, ex:clinton -kennedy's.and you all fall for this bogus war on women crap,i mean if you truly believe that contraception is the number one or two things on voters minds wake up. republicans are not trying to outlaw contraception,they just don't believe that taxpayers should have to pay for other people's birth control, it's cost 12 bucks a month.
David October 22, 2012 at 07:22 AM
I also think like you!

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