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Cain to Romney: ‘Can you name all 59 points in your 160-page plan?’ (Debate video)

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The Washington Post / Bloomberg debate was the first to focus on a single issue (the economy), but it was also the first to allow the candidates to pose each other questions. During his turn, Herman Cain asked Mitt Romney about his economic proposal.

“My question is to Governor Romney. Can you name all 59 points in your 160-page plan?,” Cain asked to applause. “And does it satisfy that criteria of being simple, transparent, efficient, fair and neutral?”

Romney answered with a laugh. Watch the video:

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