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The Last Republican Clown Show Debate of 2015

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  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Portland, OR
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    The last Republican primary debate of 2015 will start soon and I have to admit I'm quite excited about it. Donald Trump will be flanked by two people, Dr. Carson and Senator Cruz, who are just as crazy as him and the adults in the room have been relegated to the wings of the stage. If either of those three individuals are selected as the Republican nominee for 2016 then the Democrats should thank the Republican Party for handing us the Presidency on a silver platter.

    I can't wait to see how far to the right Trump will make even somewhat moderate Republicans during the debate. Trump does know how to keep making sure his name is blasting on the airwaves each and every night and other Republicans are desperately trying to figure out a way to copy that. The only problem is that means they will have to say something they will undoubtedly regret later.

    So, I lift my glass to the Republican primary for basically handing the Presidency to the Democrats no matter who their nominee eventually is.

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    jaredsxtn Wrote:

    The last Republican primary debate of 2015 will start soon and I have to admit I'm quite excited about it. Donald Trump will be flanked by two people, Dr. Carson and Senator Cruz, who are just as crazy as him and the adults in the room have been relegated to the wings of the stage. If either of those three individuals are selected as the Republican nominee for 2016 then the Democrats should thank the Republican Party for handing us the Presidency on a silver platter.

    I can't wait to see how far to the right Trump will make even somewhat moderate Republicans during the debate. Trump does know how to keep making sure his name is blasting on the airwaves each and every night and other Republicans are desperately trying to figure out a way to copy that. The only problem is that means they will have to say something they will undoubtedly regret later.

    So, I lift my glass to the Republican primary for basically handing the Presidency to the Democrats no matter who their nominee eventually is.

    Jared, I think you are a bit optimistic; even Hillary can make a huge mistake or get run over by the bus. it is still a long way to go. I fully agree about the danger if any of these nutheads gets elected, then of course the country goes a bit further to hell as it is already now. Don't under-estimate the dumb bunch who loves the GOP and Trump/Cruz etc.; they are the biggest gun owners as well.