GOP Debate – Open Thread

Lots of good discussion going on in tonight’s debate. All great candidates, far, far superior to the non-leadership in DC today. Myself now, I like Ben Carson, the man is brilliant, mature and resolute, and most of all trustworthy, a man who won’t cave to the special interest group and corrupt buearocrats.

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First and formeost: I've been a servant of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ since February 3, 1991. Interests: I immensely enjoy God's Awesome Creation, I also enjoy beekeeping, and hope to have a large apiary some day. Gardening. Making apple butter. I enjoy hunting, Trout fishing, and Goin' Sangin' - digging American Ginseng. Hobbies: Building bluebird boxes. Reading: Slouching towards Gomorrah. Liberalism and Moral Decline in America. National Geographic Society Field Guides Wildlife. The study of trees.

18 thoughts on “GOP Debate – Open Thread

  1. neocon01

    I havent seen one of the made for tv debate moderated, question and answer folly’s.
    It doesnt matter, the commie news, and good ole boys club will pick the latest loser any way.

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  2. neocon01

    Jer I go with Cruz,
    A brilliant man, served in both state and US Senate, so he knows the in and outs of washington politics, is fearless, and has argued cases in front of the US supreme court and won…..is a good Christian.

    Carson? great man but would be over whelmed in the job, lack of any political or foreign experience.

    However the popular choice will be the Donald, but the GOP will broker the convention, put in jeb (another mittens rino loser) Donald will go 3rd party and killary will be the final nail in ameriKa’s coffin.

    If Trump is the GOP nominee I WILL vote for him!!

    Pray for lightning LOL

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    1. Jeremiah Post author

      I like Cruz. I think he’s smart and knows what needs to be done in Washington, though I saw, like others in the party have, where he caved on the immigration issue for political expedience. I’m not saying he wouldn’t make a good President, like I acknowledged, he would be vastly superior as President, as all the candidates would to what is in the White House now. Trustworthiness is the issue right now, for me, anyhow. It’s going to take a lot of work to undue the damage that’s been done to our nation, and I know we can’t do it all under one President, but it would be a good start if we could get a change of leadership in Washington.

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  3. neocon01

    Tim
    welcome to the fundamentally changed ameriKa thanks to the homosexual, Manchurian, musloon, devil, And a dumbed down populace.

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  4. neocon01

    GOP chair probes if Cruz unveiled classified info during debate..

    yet NOTHING, ZIP, NADA, ZERO, ZILCH, about killarys massive security breach….
    the GOP really sucks… 😦

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    1. Jeremiah Post author

      It’s really a shame how weak and feckless the GOP is. They’ve had more than enough evidence to have impeached Obama even long before his first term was up, yet they haven’t done one thing to proceed with the impeachment process. All of them are feckless and spineless. Trey Gowdy gets up there before the committees and chairman of these bureaucracies and tries to act all big and tough, like he’s the smartest guy up there (which, I’m not discounting his intelligence) yet he doesn’t lift a finger to motion for impeachment of this corrupt President.

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  5. neocon01

    INSANE leftists,

    D.C. plans to add more traffic cameras

    By Luz Lazo December 16 at 3:30 PM

    Speed cameras capture motorists on I-395 near Second Street NW. (Daniel Britt/The Washington Post)
    Over the next two years, drivers in the District will have to be watchful of more traffic cameras, 24/7 school zones where speeds are limited to 15 mph, and fines of up to $1,000 for speeding violations.

    ————————————————————————————————————

    Its murder rate spiking, D.C. marks 100th homicide in 2015

    The nation’s capital marked its 100th murder of the year early Saturday morning. A Washington, D.C., man died on the 300 block of 54th Street, Northeast, at 3:17 a.m, after suffering multiple bullets wounds to his torso, NBC Washington reports.

    Ahhhhhhhhhh but those who murder – have NO MONEY, and those who speed DO.

    so we know who to “crack down on” demographics ba–by

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  6. neocon01

    Malala Warns America: Trump ‘Will Radicalize More Terrorists’

    Note to malala…….we have many many many guns, and way more ammunition than there are muzloons…you had best WARN THEM!!

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