The Republican Debate

I sat down to watch it and realised I had missed it. Just watching Anderson Cooper. I believe  Trump was a disaster.

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10 Responses to The Republican Debate

  1. Trump was himself – – pretty much a pompous jerkball. Know several people like him – – so full of themselves. Like Sarah Palin, they look in the mirror and see what they want to see, not the reality of their reflected image. I found Cruz just truly slimey. Now he’s a real ‘oohhh, icky!’

  2. Pearl says:

    I didn’t see it either because Fox restricted the viewing online to cable subscribers only. So I was forced to go to the Fox News – Facebook Debate Event sponsored by Fox News. I pestered them all night and my poll questions stayed on top until my power went out! Drats! Here’s a link to the event. Not super interesting except people were outraged over the unfair treatment of Trump. Said they were going to boycott Fox News. They were super mad at Megyn Kelly and the other moderators in general. LOL!

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1480723865558967/1481993048765382/

  3. Pearl says:

    Enquiring minds want to know!

  4. Pearl says:

    The poll stuck that stuck was this one that I only made so I would have an excuse to post that Trump Wrecking Ball poster I made. Little did I know people took it seriously!

  5. Pearl says:

    So then all that Trump talk prompted a new Trump poster, Trump’s White House Empire Grand Plaza Eleganza!

  6. irishgirl999 says:

    Keep them coming…. 🙂

  7. crow says:

    Fox “News” lived up to its goal of keeping the debate within the genre of live game shows. Audience members were encouraged to behave as if they were at a high school pep rally. The moderators looked more like the broadcast booth at a sporting event, and they sounded like a presenter asking questions of beauty pageant contestant. It had the dignity of a reality show.

    I watched MSNBC for the post game show and it was over an hour in before Bush and Walker were even mentioned, and then only in passing. All the analysis went to Marco Rubio who seemed to be the big winner last night. Kasich made a good showing, too. Some mention of Trump, but he didn’t steal the show as people might have been expecting. I think he was exposed last night. When he’s on his own he can feign importance but last night, surrounded by real politicians, people could see that he is just not up to the job and my guess is his popularity will start to drop off rather quickly now.

    Mike Huckabee, Ben Carson and Ted Cruz got some mention; Rand Paul got a little more attention than the others because he was a bit more contentious and Chris Christie’s only real attention came from his spat with Rand Paul. I couldn’t tell you much about policy discussed because policy didn’t seem to be the real focus last night. It was more like an audition for American Idol, and apparently, Marco Rubio won.

    For what it’s worth, Ted Cruz sounds very much like Sarah Palin. I was listening to all the other candidates speak in men’s voices and then Ted Cruz comes on with that chalk on a blackboard voice – aargh!

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