The Takeaway: Romney, Perry Move On From Social Security Tussle At Latest GOP Debate; Activist Frank Kameny Dies

<strong>New Focus At New Hampshire Debate:</strong> If the opposite of love isn't hate, but indifference"”well, <strong>Mitt Romney</strong> really, really opposite-of-loved <strong>Rick Perry</strong> last night. For weeks, the two men have <a href="http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/government-elections/news-09-2011/rick-perry-social-security.html">been very-publicly tangling over Social Security</a>, health care and who's better at adhering to conservative principles. At last night's Republican presidential debate, however, Romney hardly paid Perry any mind, <a href="http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5jv0k-QglAwEfXFhVH-JBZP2itqnQ?docId=a4c947c632db47868e4b7cdd266f5a9a">instead focusing on defending </a>the healthcare plan he enacted as governor of Massachusetts and the 2008 bank bailouts.