The fleecing of the American taxpayer will end when I am president.
We have drifted far from our founding principles, and our country is in crisis.
Dodd-Frank has badly burdened American business to the permanent advantage of their foreign competitors.
My plan slashes the runaway regulatory burdens that are killing jobs.
We will create a tax code that is flatter, fairer, simpler and more conducive to growth.
I would eliminate taxes on dividends and capital gains for middle-income taxpayers.
This is the live blog of the CNBC GOP presidential debate for 2012.
Gathering to discuss the debate, voters step up and speak live at CNBC.com's Speakers Corner.
An awkward moment during tonight's appearance on CNBC's GOP Debate, Governor Rick Perry couldn't recall the third agency he would cut in his budget plan if he were elected President.
High unemployment, a teetering economy and Europe on the brink sets a daunting backdrop for Wednesday's debate for a Republican presidential field without a clear leader.
The debate was relatively gaffe-free, with Texas Gov. Rick Perry providing the biggest oops moment: He said there were three Cabinet departments he wanted to get rid of but could only name two.
Texas governor Rick Perry may have made a fatal gaffe at the Republican presidential debate Wednesday night.
Herman Cain swatted away character issues, Rick Perry couldn't remember which federal agencies he wants to eliminate, and all the Republican candidates agreed that the way to save the government is by shrinking it.
Rick Perry moved into spin control Thursday after a stumble during the Republican presidential debate, and insisted it won't force him out of the presidential race.
The latest debate among Republican candidates for president was a tame affair that produced few factual claims needing correction. Candidates stuck mostly to promises and expressions of their conservative faith in free markets, and their disdain for government.
Oakland University's students, anxious about their post-college job prospects, are eager to hear what the GOP candidates have to say on Nov 9.
We want to know what you would ask the candidates at CNBC's Your Money, Your Vote Republican Presidential Debate on November 9 at 8p ET. Here's how you can send us your suggested question on jobs, housing, the economy, taxes, or your money.
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