Orlando debate: "A lot of reasons not to elect" a Republican candidate

Last night the Republican presidential candidates gathered in Orlando for their second Florida debate this month. And once again, instead of offering a single new idea or proposal that would create jobs, the members of the Republican field spent nearly two hours discussing what, as president, they would dismantle: Social Security, Medicare, the Department of Education, Wall Street reform, and health reform—in short, all the things that better the lives of middle-class families.

It was GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney who best summarized the night: "There are a lot of reasons not to elect me. There are a lot of reasons not to elect other people on the stage."