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  • He was referring to Cain's catchy but controversial plan to scrap the current tax code for a 9 percent tax on personal and corporate income as well as a new 9 percent national sales tax.

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  • Stephen Fotopulos, executive director of the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, called Cain's statements about the mosque ill informed.

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  • Sharpton called Cain's use of the race card as "disingenuous," adding: "You can't have it both ways."

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  • I'm quite sure that the far right's quickness to compare Cain to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas - and to call Cain's present difficulties a second

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  • Santorum had one of the best lines of the night when, referring to Cain's plan, he asked, "How many people here are for a sales tax in New Hampshire?"

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  • Referring to Cain's contention that the tip about the harassment allegations came from Perry's campaign, Priebus said it wasn't his role to be the "referee in here."

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  • Mike Huckabee - still a hero to Iowa religious conservatives - has called Cain's comments "very pro-choice."

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  • Former Reagan administration official Bruce Bartlett recently called Cain's proposal a "distributional monstrosity" because "with no tax on capital gains, the rich would pay almost nothing" while taxes on the poor and working class would increase.

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  • "I know there's a plan out there that's the 9-9-9 plan," Santorum said, referring to Cain's plan to overhaul the tax system.

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  • "As health care professional, when I hear 9-9-9, I wanna call 911 - because it will raise the taxes," she says, referring to Cain's economic plan.

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