A review of a republican debate

Ron Paul said foreign aid just helps our enemies. Still beating the record for any prior televised debate before Thursday evening, just over six million people tuned in to see the preliminary debate with the other seven candidates who had lower polling numbers with the public.

Republican Presidential Candidates Debate Review

This experience, in addition to building a solid economy while cutting taxes and creating jobs as the head of his state and his knowledge in foreign policy, makes him believe he is qualified for the job. Clubs infants like baby seals in his spare time. Why is Santorum so against contraception?

Ron Paul said "consistency," and you know what? I tuned out of mainstream politics a long time ago. I give to everybody. And isn't a highlight of every debate when Mitt Romney takes umbrage at being accused of the best thing he ever did in his life -- Romneycare?

And as far as Rick's claim tonight that even though he holds these beliefs, he wouldn't legislate them? Fiscal and social conservative Jindal, raised in a Hindu household, and the son of two engineers, was baptized into the Catholic Church during his freshman year at Brown.

Notable conflicts between candidates included Rand Paul vs. I hate the Republican Party. Sites of the Republican primary debates.

The Nielsen ratings reported the highest numbers ever recorded in history for primary debates were earned for Fox, with over twenty-four million people tuning in to watch the Prime Time debate showcasing ten of the seventeen candidates, with just shy of 8 million of those in the desired advertising demographics of people between the ages of twenty-five and fifty-four.

A random brainfart from some desert dweller 3, years ago, before people knew about germs or atoms or round planets, and it gets written down and passed down and in people like Rick Santorum are still too R-word to see that, and that's why some woman in Akron, Ohio might not get birth control.

In post-debate interviews on Fox and other channels, the candidates made the rounds and appeared on live broadcasts to discuss their positions and performance. This theme presided through both debates with just different mouthpieces setting up the slanted inquiries.

The biggest elephant in the room tonight for me was Satan. I was paying him to blow me! I also think the first debate showed that Trump was out of his depth on public policy compared to some of the other candidates.

Something he should be proud of? Then there is the elephant of how they all -- with the sometime exception of Ron Paul -- nod along to insane statements just because they don't want to ever look like they're to the left of anybody, on anything, especially the evilness of Barack Obama.National Review, which had published a splashy issue devoted to denouncing Trump during the primary, used its post-debate editorial not to remind readers that the array of disqualifying traits it.

Sep 17,  · CNN came to the second Republican primary debate looking for a fight. This was clear long before the candidates took the podium at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif. Graphics on the channel flashed “ROUND 2,” and the on-air promos featured a bell ringing, as if to start a heavyweight bout.

Mar 04,  · This was no presidential debate. It was embarrassing to watch, and the GOP candidates brought politics down to an even lower level, says Mel Robbins. How the Republican Candidates Fared in the First Debate.

Republican Party presidential debates and forums, 2016

By MICHAEL BARBARO and NICHOLAS CONFESSORE. The rambunctious presidential debate Thursday night left some Republican candidates shining and. And yet, this repeatedly expressed view of the president-elect’s has had remarkably little effect on the Republican debate about strategy.

This seems in part to be a price of Trump’s style. W hen President Obama enacted DACA by executive order in Juneover the virtually unanimous opposition of GOP elected officials, one Republican senator reacted indignantly, saying over Twitter that it was “a classic Barack Obama move of choosing politics over leadership.” That senator was Lindsey Graham.

A review of a republican debate
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