Mark Meckler

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At St. Anselm's College in New Hampshire last night — and  on cable TV  -- seven Republicans spent two hours denouncing  Barack Obama .

A Debate in Name Only

At St. Anselm's College in New Hampshire last night — and on cable TV -- seven Republicans spent two hours denouncing Barack Obama .

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When the GOP stages its first presidential primary next year in New Hampshire, the candidates will be running against each other. But in  last night's debate  at St.

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