Saturday Night Debate: Kasich Disses Conservatism, Trump Disses the Audience, Bush Declares He’s in the Abortion Sweet Spot, Cruz Apologizes Again to Carson, Carson Functions While on Valium, Rubio Channels Dan Quayle and the Fat Guy Attacks Rubio and Innocent Babies

Saturday Night Debate: Kasich Disses Conservatism, Trump Disses the Audience, Bush Declares He’s in the Abortion Sweet Spot, Cruz Apologizes Again to Carson, Carson Functions While on Valium, Rubio Channels Dan Quayle and the Fat Guy Attacks Rubio and Innocent Babies

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Oakes Spalding
Mahound’s Paradise
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2016

[I see no need to post any more. If you wish, you may read the rest at mahoundsparadise.blogspot.com/2016/02/saturday-night-debate-kasich-disses.html ]

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3 comments on “Saturday Night Debate: Kasich Disses Conservatism, Trump Disses the Audience, Bush Declares He’s in the Abortion Sweet Spot, Cruz Apologizes Again to Carson, Carson Functions While on Valium, Rubio Channels Dan Quayle and the Fat Guy Attacks Rubio and Innocent Babies

  1. Oakes has this funny label: “we’ve lowered ourselves to pontificating about the election”

    Good points on pro-life. Christie, Bush, Kasich all think they can’t be pro-life and get elected. Carson is for fetal experimentation. Trump is, like with many things, on both sides. What about Cruz and Rubio? I don’t trust Rubio on border invasion, but if he gets the nomination …?

  2. Rubio, Bush, and Christie are all for drafting women into the military. Only Cruz thinks this is nuts.

    Christie gave this incomprehensible defense:
    “The fact is we need to be a party and a people that makes sure that our women in this country understand anything they can dream, anything they want to aspire to, they can do.”

    How’s that, Chris? You’re going to draft my daughter to fulfill her dream of getting shot down and raped in a raghead jail? Good grief! These guys are as insanely evil as Barry Hussein.

  3. The GOP Duh-bate in New Hampshire

    Michael Sean Winters | Feb. 7, 2016 | National un-Catholic Reporter

    Last night’s GOP debate in New Hampshire witnessed the worst meltdown by a candidate since Gerald Ford unaccountably declared Poland free from Soviet dominance in 1976. Actually, Sen. Marco Rubio’s collapse was worse: Ford looked unpresidential, which made the only other person on the stage, Jimmy Carter, look presidential by comparison. Rubio looked like a fraud.

    When Gov. Chris Christie charged Rubio with repeating canned, 25 second speeches, Rubio responded by repeating the canned 25 second speech he had just uttered. Christie chimed in, “There it is!” I know that the Republican electorate is sometimes skeptical of data. They have not warmed to global warming. But, here the evidence was right before their eyes. And, if they missed it the first time, Rubio repeated the same lines a third time, with the same cadence in his voice. It could have been a Saturday Night Live skit.

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