The Nazis, excuse me, the Republican's Presidental Debate February 13, 2016

Carson is an idiot and Trump, Cruz, Rubio and Bush are mad men. Kasich was the only candidate who appeared to be sane or knowledgeable. The rest of them are an embarrassment to the country, especially Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. Rubio needs Batman to team up with so he can play his role as the Boy Wonder. Carson should consider auditioning for a remake of the movie Lost in Space. The Republican debates are a joke, except it shows us that Kasich is the only candidate qualified to be the Republican nominee.

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Agree with everything you said except Kasich. He is a schil for the wall street money changers. Interesting that he talks about what a great job he is doing in Ohio but nothing is brought up about his failed attempts at union busting.

Hope I didn't offend anyone!

U.S. economy, specifically in the auto industry, and claims he performed an economic miracle in Ohio. What a crock!
In addition, Governor Sick continues to state -- erroneously -- that Ohio faced a huge budget deficit when he took office. In truth, the Ohio biennial budget MUST BE BALANCED BY LAW!! It's a made-up deficit. Every Ohio governor, including Governor Sick's immediate predecessor, Ted Strickland (and the Ohio General Assembly), left the budget in balance. Governor Sick is a prototypical political hack!

I watch both Republican and Democratic debates for balance. While watching Saturdays debate I almost choked on my popcorn when Trump mocked JEB!, when he said after JEB! defended his mother as being the strongest woman he knows:

Reprising a familiar battle between the two Republican presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Jeb Bush butted heads Saturday night over former president George W. Bush and U.S. involvement in the Iraq war.
"Obviously the war in Iraq was a big fat mistake, alright?" Trump said at CBS News' GOP debate in Greenville, South Carolina. "George Bush made a mistake, we can make mistakes. But that one was a beauty."
Trump went on to tie the war to his current White House rival, Jeb Bush.
"It took Jeb Bush -- if you remember at the beginning of his announcement when he announced for president, it took him five days -- 'It was a mistake, it wasn't a mistake,' -- it took him five days before his people told him what to say," Trump said. "[W]e should have never been in Iraq, we have destabilized the Middle East."
Donald Trump, Jeb Bush get heated over Syria, national security
"They lied. They said there were weapons of mass destruction -- there were none. And they knew there were none," he added.
Bush snapped back: "I'm sick and tired of Barack Obama blaming my brother for all of the problems that he's had," he said. "I could care less about the insults that Donald Trump gives to me. It's blood sport for him...but I am sick and tired of him going after my family. My dad is the greatest man alive in my mind. While Donald Trump was building a reality TV show my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe and I'm proud of what he did."
Interrupting Bush, Trump reminded the audience that "the World Trade Center came down during your brother's reign.
Bush attempted to defend the rest of his family -- particularly his mother, Barbara Bush, who has recently hit the campaign trail to support her son's presidential run -- from Trump's attacks.
"He's had the gall to go after my mother," Bush said. "My mom is the strongest woman I know."

Trump interjected, "She should be running."

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Donald to the rise of Hitler. I think that it's a stretch, but there is some rational basis for feeling this way. Here's a link to an article by a Harvard professor who also believes that there is a distinct parallel between the political careers of Adolph and The Donald.

facing American governance today. The term "bipartisan" is considered by too many on both sides of the aisle to be the equivalent of surrender.
This is not just my opinion or that of others who are considered to be "liberal." Here's a quote from an interview with former Member of Congress, Jack Kingston. He is a Republican who ran for the Senate in hopes of succeeding Saxby Chambliss from Georgia. He lost in a runoff to current U.S. Senator David Perdue. Here is a link to the entire interview:
Here is a direct quote from Kingston which, IMHO, summarizes the problem in a nutshell: "And I do lament the fact that in America today having an intelligent conversation with the opposition is so difficult, because of your own base or the other party's base."

Another parallel in history just occurred. Trump held a rally at Valdosta State University. A group of Black silently and peacefully attended the rally and Trump threw them out. Hitler behaved in the same way. I can see it coming. President Trump. Vice President David Dukes.

I suppose he should have let this happen right?


There is no excuse for what Trump did. I quess the students were guilty before they did anything, just because they are Black. Sounds like racism to me. Excuse me, sounds like the Nazis.

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