Carly Fiorina: That's one of the reasons we had disagreements.
Ted Cruz: The questions asked so far in this debate show why the American people don't trust the media.
Moderators arguing with Ted Cruz because moderators pointed out he didn't answer the question in his allotted time and Cruz wants more time so he can answer it.
QUESTION: When is it acceptable to break a social compact (Social Security)?
Chris Christie: They've already broken it. The government has lied to you. I'm the only person who's put out a detailed plan on how to deal with entitlements.
Mike Huckabee: Yes, we've lied. But you know what we're not telling them? It's their money. It's not welfare. Let's quit blaming the people on Social Security.
Ted Cruz: We can preserve Social Security with no change for seniors but having younger people work longer and keep parts of their contribution in a private account.
QUESTION: Your Atlantic City casinos filed for bankruptcies. Bankruptcy is a broken promise. Why should voters trust you?
Donald Trump says basically everyone uses the bankruptcy laws to their advantages.
QUESTION: Should the government be involved in helping to control pharmaceutical companies raising the cost of life-saving drugs?
Ben Carson: What can we do for the average American? The government shouldn't be in every part of our lives and that's what's causing the problem.
QUESTION: No one went to jail for the financial crisis. No one went to jail for the faulty auto switch that caused deaths. Should they be responsible?
Chris Christie: Yes. We have laws already. If there's someone who's price-gouging, we have laws for that.