Cain, Gingrich Hold Friendly Debate

    Republican presidential candidates Herman Cain, left, and Newt Gingrich, right, are introduced before the start of a debate held Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011 in The Woodlands, Texas. Cain on Saturday vowed to answer no more questions about decade-old sexual harassment allegations and blamed journalists for the claims that have dogged his campaign. Growing agitated with reporters after the one-on-one debate with rival Newt Gingrich, the former business executive suggested the reporters who asked questions about the allegations were unethical.  (AP Photo/The Courier, Eric S. Swist)

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    GOP presidential hopefuls Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich met Saturday night for a Texas Tea Party debate that was actually a fundraiser—and felt more like a right-wing love-in. The two camps said beforehand that they wouldn't talk about sexual-harassment accusations made against Cain, but he did take a swipe at media outlets such as Politico, which broke the harassment story last week. "There are too many people in the media who are downright dishonest," Cain said to a standing ovation. The two "debaters" barely disagreed on anything.

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