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Gallup: Obama Job Approval 44% - 49% Congress Job Approval 13% - 82% Could the Republican presidential candidates be ready for the 3 AM call? CBS, National Journal and the South Carolina Republican Party host the debate in which foreign affairs are the topic of the debate. Republican candidates Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul are whining about how the media is not covering them and they have "proof" that CBS bias their time. CBS made a decision that second tier candidates are limited to fewer questions. Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, Jon Huntsman and Michele Bachmann are the second-tier candidates. Although I don't agree with CBS not letting them out crazy each other, CBS assures that if you're not getting much attention, then it's not worth it to put the candidates on. They're lucky they aren't banned like Gary Johnson, Buddy Roemer and Fred Karger. All but two candidates support torture. Huntsman and Paul agree with President Barack Obama's decision not to use torture when capturing an enemy of war. Republican candidates Newt Gingrich, Herman Cain and Mitt Romney are the front runners. Newt Gingrich was at the verge of defeat and he rebounded like John McCain. Each candidate goes after the president on his decision to take down Osama bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki, two primary sponsors of terrorism. al-Qaeda is struggling to rebound from the deaths of the leaders. Republican candidate Rick Perry is struggling to stay afloat after a disastrous CNBC ...