A lot of candidates did well, but was there a clear winner?
Christie. When the clowns are finished, he'll be the one reasonable candidate left standing.
I think Graham was the winner in the under-card debt.
Right now Trump is at 41% so it sounds like he won.
Cruz is at 14%. He was solid in defending his possession!
There was less of Carson and Carly.
Santorum, Huckabee, Christie and Paul had a good night.
Bush had one thing he said that might help him. Not!
Its starting to mature.
Trump is owning the media though and has spent less on his campaign than any candidate because of that. People are interested in hearing about him. The mainstream media sees that as a gold mine even if they don't want to play fair. It equals viewers, ratings and money.
It seems to me that we are all being conditioned for war, war, war, war...because of Obama's, Hillary Clinton's and John Kerry's failed foreign policies which are leading us right into WWIII. Which seems to be the present administration's agenda because of their propaganda and mass media propaganda. If we went back just four years ago we would never have thought about the concept of WWIII, now it is MSM headline news. ... And, now we need to elect a war-time president because there are radical Islamic jihadist terrorists that want to kill American citizens. That came through loud and clear in the debt.
Five years ago even to suggest a WWIII was considered war-mongering, now its a part of the public narrative being pushed by the MSM like CNN and social media like Facebook.
The GOP debt was about war, war, war! Who is going to be able to lead this country in WWIII is the big question. We cannot survive another four or eight years of Obama's failed foreigner policies, which Hillary Clinton doubles down on.
The clear winners were Hillary Clinton and Burnie Sanders.
by Credence24 weeks ago
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