By most accounts, the third GOP debate was a circus which strangely pitted the Republican candidates banding together to fend off their foes–not the Democrats, but rather their moderators from CNBC.

To shed light on the proceedings–if there was any of political value–we turn to a fine panel. In studio, Richard Baehr and Ed Lasky of American Thinker, Larry Sabato of the Center for Politics and Sabato’s Crystal Ball, and Jonathan Last and Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard.

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  1. Peter Fumo Inactive
    Peter Fumo
    @Wolverine

    Loved Jonathan Last’s comments on Kasich, which agree with my own. Sounds like he’s the by-golly version of John McCain

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  2. Peter Fumo Inactive
    Peter Fumo
    @Wolverine

    Can I restate Fred Barnes’s position on immigration? Republicans need to increase their appeal to people who are going to vote against them by inviting in more people who are going to vote against them.

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