Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Little Change Out of CNN Debate...Graham Breaks Out in Undercard Debate

    Who won ?  Well, it's fair to say Ben Carson was the loser as the doctor continued to not impress. I thought Chris Christie's threat to shoot down Russian jets and his bluster over 9/11 was overdone, but he did effectively ridicule the Senate debating club as something people don't care about.
     Senators Cruz and Rubio mixed it up as did The Donald and the low energy former Governor of Florida.
      The winners.  Cruz and Trump who didn't have a glove laid on him.
       At the kid's table, Senator Lindsey Graham shined with his apology to the 3500 Muslims serving in the US military. "Leave the faith alone, go after the radicals who are killing us," he said.
       Senator Graham seemed to have the grasp of issues and passion not seen on the big card.
http://www.politico.com/story/2015/12/politico-caucus-gop-debate-rubio-wins-vegas-216841

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOL...Why did you register as a Conservative again?
While Graham does capture the hearts of liberal democrats, maybe he should have apologized to the hundreds of thousands who served, who agree a moratorium on admitting propel to our country who practice the worlds most evil religion, is in order. Defend the people, don't defend the religion they practice (something you would never do if it was Christianity and involved a wedding cake or a small number of pedophile priests.

hermit thrush said...

Senator Graham seemed to have the grasp of issues and passion not seen on the big card.

which explains why his campaign has gotten zero traction with republicans.

Anonymous said...

Graham is actually speaking the truth. Donald is a clown.

Anonymous said...

I have a suggestion. Instead of these stupid circus acts we call debates, why not sit down for two hours with each candidate, one on one? Two hours with Cruz tonite, two hours with Trump a couple of nights later, then Rubio, Carson, and so on? We would learn a lot more about what kind of person they really are. Look at the few one on one interviews we have had so far. you learn so much more about the person. Do the same with Hillary, Bernie and O'Malley. One week after that we hold a single national primary for both parties. Every registered member of each respective party gets to vote instead of a large share of the party members being forced to accept someone they didn't get a chance to vote for "because they don't matter" enough to have a state primary. Six weeks later we have the National election. The two hour thing is a suggestion. Maybe we need more time. Maybe not? Maybe a couple of hours with more than one interviewer? Discuss. Be interested to hear your opinion, too, Jeff.

Anonymous said...

If Graham were the nominee, I would just go into the voting booth and vomit.

Anonymous said...

Klemjet, the real reason you love Graham so much is he's a lot like your man. He's a liar, and he's a pussy. Graham stands for nothing at all. He should run on your ticket, as he's a step up from your dishonest babe.

Anonymous said...

The election process is too long. We spend four years listening to politicians. There should be a short time allowed for campaigning. There is still almost a year before we vote! Canada does is smarter with a short time for the politicians to tell their story. It also holds down the excessive money from people who can buy favors!