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A Pointed McCain-Romney Exchange

Finally, a back and forth between a few of the frontrunners.

Romney used a question about illegal immigration to take a shot at McCain's bipartisan work on the issue as well as the Arizona senator's pet issue -- campaign finance reform. Applause followed.

In McCain's rebuttal, he came out swinging. He noted he had been a consistent supporter of campaign finance reform before dropping the hammer: "I have not changed my position in even numbered years or based on the offices I have been running for."


Meanwhile, Duncan Hunter offered a clinical description of the administration's handling of illegal immigrants: "This administration has a case of the slows on border enforcement."

By Chris Cillizza  |  May 15, 2007; 10:02 PM ET
Categories:  Eye on 2008  
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