1) How many of you had a "deja vu" moment last night watching Donald Trump turning any criticism of his previous positions into personal attacks on him. Shades of "Tricky Dick Nixon" as lashed out at the moderators for daring to ask him to defend his previous support for abortions, his bankruptcies, and his financial support for liberals.
2) The libtard love to brand Fox News as "faux news", yet, as usual, the moderators were fair and balanced. They asked hard, probing questions of the candidates. Compare that to the debates run by the mainstream liberal media, where the libtard moderators throw softball questions at their liberal political darlings and, as with the last time, even stuck up for Obama and supplied him and answer! Don't be surprised to see the same thing in this election cycle.
3) Love Ben Carson but he's just too nice to run for President. Too soft spoken, when todays voters want to see red meat. Poor George Washington would have done equally as bad, as would Thomas Jefferson. But in our founder's time campaigning for oneself would have been appalling. Until Lincoln's time Presidential candidates stayed home and let their supporters do the boasting. If I'm elected I want Ben Carson for my Surgeon General.
4) Carly Fiorina did the best at articulating her conservative principles. She shone during the afternoon debate and just destroyed Chris Matthews on a post debate interview. Would love to see her as a VP candidate, not Presidential candidate; not because she's a woman but because she has so little political experience. The eventual candidate, probably Bush or Rubio, will probably make a geographic pick for VP (for the purpose of carrying the VP candidate's home state), for example, Kasich to carry Ohio this time. Were it not for that I'd say "go Carly!" And, hey, if she continues to gain support I could vote for her for President as well.
5) Today the libtard media are already doing their "post mortems" on the debate. And they are doing a fine job twisting and distorting what was said last night. We all know they are just boot lickers and not legitimate journalists so we're not surprised.
6) Huckabee was a huge surprise, had the best performance, will move up in the polls, but doesn't have the money support. Cruz did well. Bush did far better than the liberal lackeys are saying he did. He was pompous and loud and mean enough for some but his answers were well thought out and made sense. (Jeb is far more fiscally conservative than his brother, George...as he proved time and time again in running an outstanding governorship in Florida.)Still didn't like his "act of love" comments about illegal immigration last year. But Bush would work with a Republican Congress to pass immigration reform that we could live with.
7) Here's my pick for a Bush or Rubio cabinet:
Ted Cruz for Homeland Security
Sheriff Joe Arpao for Attorney General (He'll have those federal thugs in pink underwear, living in tents and cut that annual $44,000 dollars a year to house a prisoner down to peanuts.)
Condaleezza Rice for Secretary of State..
If not VP, Carly Fiorinna for Secretary of Commerce
Scott Walker for Labor Secretary (sorry Union Thugs)
T. Boone Pickens for Energy Secretary
Mitt Romney at Treasury
(Still working on the rest)