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Fri Feb 26, 2016, 10:53 AM

I have had time to think about last night's debacle!

1) Rubio was able to get under Trump's thin skin at times. But felt it was that staged between those two to take the air time from the others? Never the less, his childish act was annoying.

2) Cruz was sounding like a car salesman, selling a pile of junk to the American people.

3) Kasich was all over la la land, never had a complete thought.

4) Carson, well? Sleeping in la la la la land!

5) Trump was showing his "I am Trump" show and I have all the friends in the world to "make me great". It was all about him, which is that everyday for him. He reminds me a lot like Mitt Romney, I have money, and more money and smart people to run things.

I did not see a real person from those five who are qualified to run this country. Just have to wonder what the right wingers were and now thinking about not putting out a real candidate? I thought about something else. CNN did a poor job at times when the 3 amigos yelling over each other! They also need to never bring Hugh Hewitt back. He is a bigger bigot than Trump. I felt Maria and Dana asked questions that were to the point and not biased. Wolf looked overwhelmed at times trying to keep thing in line. Otherwise, it was a great night for the democrats and I need a night with laughing and good comedy. Just think, 2 more comedy train wreck debates to go! I don't see anyone getting out for a while longer, which will either clutter things up or hand Trump the nomination?

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imanamerican63 Feb 2016 OP
hamsterjill Feb 2016 #1
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Response to imanamerican63 (Original post)

Fri Feb 26, 2016, 11:01 AM

1. It was rather entertaining, wasn't it?

In a sick kind of way!!! LOL

Rubio definitely upped his ball game, but I don't think he was as effective as HE thinks he was.

Ben Carson remains a joke and should get out and quit wasting money that could be used for better causes.

Kasich wants everyone to sit down and have cookies and milk, but no one else is interested.

Cruz is just too disgusting to even comment about. That fake Texas drawl (lifelong Texan here, and trust me, it's fake as hell) gets on my nerves.

Trump looked like a fool, as usual, but his supporters won't ever admit that.

In my mind, it's down to a duel between Trump and Rubio, and either one would (in all seriousness) take this country back 100 years. We cannot let that happen!

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Fri Feb 26, 2016, 11:04 AM

2. The slow motion disintegration of a racist fascist party was never going to be pretty.

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Fri Feb 26, 2016, 11:06 AM

3. The RNC is reaping what it sowed.

They wanted it to be Jeb! but the Favorite Son was too politically tone deaf and out of practice. Who tells seniors he's going to cut their SS and Medicare?

Now they have this Cavalcade of Clowns.

Pick your poison: Theocracy, War, Economic Ruin by a Thousand Cuts or a bit of all three!?!?

They went Full Palin. You never go Full Palin.

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Fri Feb 26, 2016, 11:20 AM

4. Rubio showed his petulant bratty side finally

Cruz was his usual obnoxious slimy self - he makes my skin crawl

I think Trump effectively swatted everyone away, again

I think Carson's the next to get out. The rest are in it for the long haul (whose funding Kasich? Probably should explore where he's getting his money before I say he's in it til the convention - his funding may dry up if he can't do any better soon)

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Fri Feb 26, 2016, 11:21 AM

5. Trump promised not to let Americans die in the street and stuff without Obamacare.

Did come across as near human for a second.

The others missed the opportunity, of course.

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Response to imanamerican63 (Original post)

Fri Feb 26, 2016, 11:53 AM

6. Trump had a good knockdown on Hugh Hewitt....something to the effect that

"nobody hears that show anyway..."

remember the early days of Trump when Hugh 'set him up' by asking a fairly standard question...they made up, but (and all the candidates and pundits should know by now) the Donald never forgets...

he is leaving a lot of damaged participants in his wake...and he should be able to leave the whole Republican party in the dump by the time he is finished...

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