Are the Republican presidential candidates farcically unelectable?
As if by some machiavellian political ploy, Republican-posers had funded the most unelectable Republican hopefuls in order that Obama wins by default in 2012?
Winning by default has no merit. At least less clowns on the circus platform.
It seems like they gave up on good speakers because Bush proved that speaking skills are not needed to win an election.
The general election is going to be hard on these Republican candidates. Their extreme views may do the trick in the republican campaign season, but independents might not be inclined to lean so far right.
by Jason Matthews 3 years ago
Which of the Republican presidential candidates has the best chance to win the party ticket and why?For the Republication Primary of the 2016 Presidential Election
by mio cid 2 years ago
Are the republicans incapable of learning?Once again as the elections approach the republican presidential candidates alienate most voter groups. it looks they have learned nothing from 2008 and 2012 .
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Conservatives, what are the ways do you believe that Liberals are bankrupting America, turning itinto a third world nation?
by Stacie L 3 years ago
"The Donald" is not happy with Megyn Kelly's questions on the GOP's debate held on the Fox channel,Thursday evening. "During the debate, she pressed Trump about misogynistic, sexist comments he made in the past, such as calling some women "fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting...
by hubba-hubba 6 years ago
Who will be the Republican nominee?
by John Coviello 2 years ago
How Do You Think Donald Trump Will Exit The Presidential Race?I have to wonder with Donald Trump slipping in the polls, if he is going to stay in the race for the Republican nomination to run for President? Not sure if his ego will allow him to be in 2nd place and eventually lose. If he...
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