"CNBC/MSNBC/The Wall Street Journal are jointly sponsoring the first Republican Presidential debate of the 2008 campaign focusing on economic issues. It will be held on October 9 in Dearborn, Mich. and will be broadcast live on CNBC at 4 PM ET and re-broadcast on MSNBC at 9 PM ET. CNBC's Maria Bartiromo and MSNBC's Chris Matthews will host the debate."
A full story can be found at: http://www.cnbc.com/id/21149087
For new visitors to this site, I suggest that you look at the video entitled "Ron Paul on moral hazard and the Federal Reserve", which can be found on the next page. This video, along with "Stop Dreaming" by Aravoth will help one better understand where Paul stands on these issues before the debate happens. I really think he will especially shine at this debate, as it is clear that the man knows exactly what he is talking about when it comes to fiscal policy, and is not reading ideas or words fed to him by others. I always like to play the game of "who's the liar?" when I watch the debates. I hope you will tune in tomorrow so that you can hear the blunt truth about just how bad the economy really is right now, and what the solutions are.