Friday, August 7, 2015

Debate or Debauchery?

What they are calling debates is a joke. It has become little more than a game of "Who can say the most attention grabbing, people pleasing answer to maintain poll numbers in order to assure they get to the next GOP debate?" 

Ben Carson: he said the "sequester" is ripping the heart out of our military. As I'm sure many of you know, Reason has even pointed out that the sequester barely puts a dent in spending, much less puts us where were in 2004 and nobody says we weren't "safe" then. 

Chris Christie: He should've ran against Bush with all that 9/11 pandering. We don't want more police and surveillance State shit. Go home, Chris, you're drunk...with power hunger.

Donald Trump: He's just a bag of hot air that gets the Tea Party wing going. He'll never be taken seriously by most Republicans.

Jeb Bush: He is among the herd thinking his failed Governorship will make good talking points. Not if you spend more than ten minutes looking at what his administration did to Florida. Let's not forget, he stumbled and fumbled on the now infamous, "Should your brother have gone into Iraq question. 

John Kasich: He seems to be running for Governor again, continually citing his record here. Though, he lied multiple times about the size and scope of tax cuts and job growth under his administration.

Marco Rubio: He wants to extend the NSA and Patriot Act indefinitely. Next.

Mike Huckabee: Provided he got his way, we'd have a good old fashioned Theocracy. No, just no.

Rand Paul: During the paltry 4:48 they allowed him to speak, he consistently championed Libertarian values and refused to apologize for it.

Scott Walker: He also seems to be running on his terrible Governorship while adding some feel good juice to it.

Ted Cruz: He largely agrees with Rubio that what we need is to double down many of the same failed policies from the past.

To recap, it looks to me like we still have a Republican Party shattered from the Bush years that doesn't know what it's stances or plans actually are and they're hoping you and I don't care.


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