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Tag: "debate"

Jon Huntsman: I Want To Be President Of The 99%

In one of the biggest flubs of the night, Jon Huntsman said he “wants to be the president of the 99%”.  Ouch, Jon.  That was not a good move.  Check it out, below. Now, to be honest with you, I think Jon had a good opportunity, maybe even a great one.  He should have said,”I […]

Newt Floats Like A Butterfly, Stings Like A Bee

Have you wondered why Newt Gingrich has been moving up in the polls?  Maybe this moment from last night’s CNBC debate has some answers. What do you think?  Was that the most awesome thing you’ve seen this week?  Or was it the most awesome thing you’ve seen in your lifetime?  Let us know how you […]

CNBC Debate: Your Money, Your Vote, Perry's Senior Moment

CNBC hosted the “Your Money, Your Vote” Republican debate Wednesday night and Jim Cramer is a loud bugger, isn’t he?  The CNBC financial analyst who is famous for his apology tour after he criticized Obama early in his regime was one of 3 moderators in Wednesday’s debate.  He was also the loudest.  Cramer’s perpetual outside […]

CNN Debate Recap: High Stakes in Sin City

CNN hosted the latest Republican debate in Las Vegas Tuesday night and many are hailing it as the best debate yet.  Perhaps it was the mere spectacle of debating in a city famous for excess, championship boxing events and gambling that inspired the candidates.  At points the debate took on the feel of a sporting […]

Mitt Romney Went "Sam Jackson" On Rick Perry Last Night

Did you see that awkward moment at the CNN Western Republican Debate last night?  You know the one where Romney put his hand on Perry’s shoulder?  I don’t care what you think about either one of these two men, that moment was intense.  Anyway, when I was watching it, I was reminded of the great […]

Michele Bachmann: 999 Is The Devil

Alright, maybe she didn’t quite say it that way, but in tonight’s debate, Michele Bachmann couldn’t help but take a swipe at Herman Cain’s notorious “999” plan.  Watch the video below, and you’ll see what I’m talking about.  When you view it, you’ll notice that she’s extremely proud of herself for making the joke.  It’s […]

Bloomberg TV is an Actual Channel: GOP Economic Debate Recap

Tuesday night saw the latest GOP debate as the Washington Post teamed up with Bloomberg TV (it’s a channel; I looked it up) to present the first exclusively economic debate of the primary season.  Charlie Rose was fairly benign as the moderator of the literal round table debate.  The candidates sat at a large table […]

Is Cain Able? His First Test Tonight!

Nothing paints a target on your back like being a frontrunner.  Herman Cain has enjoyed underdog status so far throughout the campaign season.  I say enjoyed, because it is about to come to a close.  With his surge in the polls, he has put himself in the line of fire from fellow competitors and the […]

Rick Perry: "I'm Sorry I Said You Didn't Have A Heart"

You may have remembered Rick Perry’s less than stellar showing at the Fox News/Google debate from Sep 23rd, you know, the one where he said, “I don’t think you have a heart”.  Well, it looks like Ricky Perry has spent a lot of time remembering it too, and he’s decided to walk back that statement […]

Why I Don’t Respect Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin might not have been on the stage at last night’s Tea Party Debate*, but she was, however, on the minds of many tweeters. That’s the impression I got from reading my time line, anyway. So… where was she? We always tease our current president for leading from behind, but if that’s the case, […]

Fox/Google GOP Debate: "Search"ing for a Leader

The Fox/Google Republican debate was held in Florida Thursday night and it turns out Gary Johnson is still running for President.  Yes, the New Mexico governor is far more notable for his stance on legalizing marijuana than his Presidential aspirations – a fact his team should probably have noted before they allowed him to appear […]

Let's Be Blunt- Presidential Debates Are Boring

Let’s be blunt.  The format of the Presidential debates, whether in the primary or the general election seasons, is boring, lacking in quality content, and generally just painful to watch.  These problems are caused by two major factors:  The ineptitude of the American media establishment, and the lack of attention paid by the American electorate. […]

CNN/Tea Party Express Debate:Gardasil, Social Security & the Rise of the Tea Party

The CNN/Tea Party Express debate in Florida ended with a whimper, but otherwise will surely go down as the most lively and impassioned debate thus far.  With more questions from the regular Americans of the tea party movement, candidates were given the opportunity to directly address the concerns of average Americans, and that fact alone […]

Herman Cain Makes MSNBC Round Table Look Like Whiny Poli-Sci Undergrads

Herman Cain took the opportunity to school the entire MSNBC Round-table after the Reagan Library debate last night.  He picked off every tired, predictable talking point (favor the rich, hurt the poor, women and minorities, etc.) starting with Al Sharpton, who managed to sound like the Constitutional idea of states’ rights was more disgusting than […]

A Bizarre Marriage Of Ideals: Reviewing the GOP Debate

Tonight was the next installment in a series of  televised GOP Presidential Debates. Oddly enough, the debate itself was a very bizarre marriage of ideals. It was held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library, and sponsored by NBC News, parent company of the extreme left network MSNBC,  on which it was televised.  This […]