1. NATIONAL SECURITY

    Paul Says Biggest Threat Is Budget

    Ron Paul just wants someone to care. “It seems like nobody cares about the budget and nobody wants to cut anything,” Paul said at the debate. “If you’re going to keep sending foreign aid, the biggest threat to the national security is our financial condition.” Romney said the best way to save money is to go after Obamacare, and not the military. But Paul was adamant: "It's a road to disaster. We better wake up!" Meanwhile, Perry said the president is an "absolute failure" when it comes to the budget. Instead, Obama just told the doomed supercommittee that "y'all could figure this out." Perry wasn't done, adding that even the secretary of defense said Obama's actions were irresponsible and that Leon Panetta should resign in protest.

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