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GOP Debate: The Three Stooges

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The Three Stoopids

My morning project, in honor of last night's absurdities…

Posted by Carol Rosenthal on Friday, February 26, 2016

 
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11 Responses to GOP Debate: The Three Stooges

  1. I am a Cruz supporter and am working in our county for his campaign.

    Saturday, we placed Cruz signs around town. By Sunday, just about all the ones we placed had Trump signs put directly in front of the Cruz ones, effectively blocking out the Cruz signs.

    Supporters always put signs out near their opponents. However, to me, the obvious placement of Trump signs to block out the Cruz signs is just another indication of how obnoxious and nasty Trump and his campaign can be.

    Civility is not part of the election cycle so far.

    I tried watching the rerun of the Republican debate on TV last night and just couldn’t get through it.

  2. I thought the debates had been re-christened to “An Evening with the High School Mean Girls”? A discussion – even a reference – to the size of a candidate’s genitals is so over the top trashy that I can’t believe it happened. Sadly, it did.

  3. In the words of debate moderator, Chris Wallace, they acted like ‘damn fools’.
    The hand-picked audience was almost as raucous as the fools on the stage. Since the tickets are evenly distributed amongst the candidates (minus 50 seats for the public), methinks most of the unruliness came from the Rubio camp. Not that it really matters.

    If it wasn’t for the fact that I left the Repub party after McCain blew it, I certainly would be leaving this year.
    Love the Nancy Reagan quote to Judy Woodruff that was divulged this a.m.: “Why did he (McCain) ever pick that woman as a running mate?”
    I really believe Palin was the beginning of the end. The R’s have lost their dignity.

    • Yes, it was bad and it was awful. But at least it was scheduled and promoted at a time slot that people could see it. Unlike the Democrat “debates” which are now almost in an closed room with all the lights out and muffled voices occasionally slipping out from under the door.

  4. Funny. And sad.

    The attack on Trump was so blatantly desperate and petty and unprofessional. No matter what, Rubio is having trouble rising to the level of being perceived as an adult capable of higher office.

  5. If it wasn’t for the fact that I left the Repub party after McCain blew it, I certainly would be leaving this year.
    Love the Nancy Reagan quote to Judy Woodruff that was divulged this a.m.: “Why did he (McCain) ever pick that woman as a running mate?”