Who Won The Debate? – Post Debate Polls…

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So who do you think won the debates?

 

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  1. Prothonotary Warbler says:

    I’m getting the impression now that the GOPe basically considers the Bushes to be some sort of American royalty, and they foisted McCain and Romney on us in ’08 and ’12 with the specific understanding that they would take a dive in order to set the stage for Jeb to come in and take over this year. That would explain why they both laid down for Obama in the closing weeks of their campaigns.

    And maybe this is the real reason they hate Trump so much; he made it impossible for them to anoint Jeb as the new chosen one.

    For this, we already owe a great debt to Trump.

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    • Big D says:

      Here was /is my take on it.
      The power brokers had their pick in obama.

      McCain used the period of the general election time to slowly ease us into acceptance of his losing and to accept obama.
      I think they put Palin in thinking her to be an unknown and to make it look like they were really trying.
      They did not anticipate her appeal.

      Remember the vile, vicious attacks ?
      It’s obvious that they weren’t all funded by the ‘liberal, marxist democrats’.
      She was undermined and sabotaged by ‘her’ own campaign staff, time and time again.
      The votes McCain got were because of Palin, people were voting for her, not him.

      Take a dive mitt, was a threat point to obama.
      He had gone a bit ‘rogue’ in his first term and Romney was there to either scare obama into total compliance, or to replace him if necessary.

      The first debate was a spanking by mittens.
      Obama obviously swore his allegiance because after that mitt took his dive.

      At that time, after the first debate, the thought of “he’s not even trying”, kept going through my head.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        RE: “It’s obvious that they weren’t all funded by the ‘liberal, marxist democrats’.
        She was undermined and sabotaged by ‘her’ own campaign staff, time and time again.
        The votes McCain got were because of Palin, people were voting for her, not him.”

        That FITS the Bush Crime Family modus operandi perfectly.

        Remember in 1991 when Iraqi “President” Hussein had queried the George Hubert Walker Bush administration about their action if Iraq invaded Kuwait?

        The GHWBush admin pushed forwarded a lower-level female employee to give the statement to Iraq that the U.S. would “take on action” if Iraq invaded Kuwait.

        Iraq promptly invaded Kuwait and then GHWBush claimed their female employee bungled the statement of several days before. (Note, there was no correction of that statement right after it was broadcast on all the major alphabet networks or in the time between – until Iraqi armed forces had taken over all of Kuwait.)

        I perceived at the time that it was intentional – to create a war. It was a 100% totally un-necessary war, but the Bush and cronies made money off of it.

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

          Also remember how they would caught having a Kuwaiti actress give “false witness” (false, made-up testimony) before Congress in the hearings to for Congress to decide whether to declare war?

          Just think of that for a good while, while remembering the Bushes flew Saudi Arabians out of the U.S. after all flights were cancelled on and after 9/11.

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    • hartgolding says:

      You have a very good grasp and explanation for what has happened!

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    • hartgolding says:

      Brilliant analysis; perfectly outlined. Bravo!!

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      You mean royal pains in the ass – like hemorrhoids that must be cut off.

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      • John Galt says:

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      • mark4trump says:

        Beautiful – thanks for posting this – it is just the clarification I was looking for

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      • AMD_Afficionado says:

        It was unfortunate that Trump made yet another gaffe on immigration while speaking and had to clarify it. The Teflon Don really needs to stay on point here, he let Fox really trip him up in that debate😦

        On this clarification, Trump has previously expressed that he wants all US college-educated foreigners to stay in the USA to start businesses and take jobs here (which sounds like something Jebra would’ve said). How does he reconcile that with his new “must hire American workers first” position?

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        • The Defiant One says:

          The way I look at it, a gaffe will happen when the WHOLE arena you’re in attacks you unrelentingly. And lets not forget how MItten’s betrayed the man. Trump donated funds and helped the man, now this creature repays that by propagating the great lie and demeaning his character!

          Look If it was me in Trump’s place, I wouldn’t have made any gaffes because I would be throwing profanity at these vermin for 1/1000 of what Trump faced!

          Trump stayed cool under pressure! That says a lot about his character, and how he would be able to deal with a national or international crisis!

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          • AMD_Afficionado says:

            Trump is the only choice IMO, but his rambling, too-nice style of speaking (and the gaffes that said style creates) are converting him from a candidate whom I am to vote for because I want to, into the candidate I’m going to vote for because he is the least terrible.

            I was really hoping that 2016 would be the first time that I could vote for a candidate without having to “hold my nose”. Unless Trump takes Sessions’ advice about focusing and thus ceases being a rambling gaffe-master over the next 8 months, it doesn’t look like my hopes for the election will come to pass 😦

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            • keebler AC says:

              Murdoch FOX set you up nicely in the debate to fall for their gimmicks. Trump didn’t make any gaffes. Megyn Kelly interfered in the debate process and took up debating with Trump directly in place of Marco – knowing full well what was going to happen. Trump fought back very well, and even received whistles from the audience for educating them. But you, congratulations on being an easy pawn for Megyn and Fox Media.

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              • ron says:

                NBC has just published a story with the headline that Trump was right–his seminar school got an “A” rating from BBB. Megyn was not only out of line by arguing with Trump, she was absolutely wrong.

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              • AMD_Afficionado says:

                No, Trump’s crappy public speaking has been disappointing me for months now.

                His visa gaffe during the debate was just the most recent example of his poor speaking skills getting him into trouble.

                Trump needs to stop rambling. How is it that he can be entertaining and succinct in his books but only the former campaign trail? He writes brilliantly, but he speaks like James Joyce wrote. There’s really no arguing this point, it’s an obvious flaw with Trump that we Trump supporters just have to look past, and I’m tired of doing so as it is only getting worse😦

                Sessions opined that Trump needs to focus. IMO this is what he meant.

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            • R-C says:

              Your opinion is your own, of course, but know that I do not share it.

              Mr. Trump is being hammered from ALL sides and every quarter, 24/7. You seem to think that it is easy to withstand this sort of onslaught–perhaps YOU ought to be the candidate, since you seem to have such a good handle on things.

              You stated, “…are converting him from a candidate whom I am to vote for because I want to, into the candidate I’m going to vote for because he is the least terrible.”

              Performance in a contrived televised debate that could be equated to ‘shark-infested waters’ doesn’t mean a danged thing. This is THEATER, designed for ONE purpose: to make Trump look bad. (Clearly, it’s working on YOU…)

              News Flash for you: Mr. Trump is, BY FAR, the finest candidate that has stood forth for the presidency since Ronald Reagan, BAR NONE. This man is the consummate professional; the most complete Chief Executive to stand for election since 1984. This is non-debatable. NOBODY can hold a candle to Trump’s demonstrated record of achievement at the highest executive levels, and none of the also-ran candidates hold anywhere close to Trump’s unabashed LOVE of this country.

              It’s TRUMP this year, THE BEST candidate in decades, not (as you sneer) “…the least terrible“. I am NOT impressed with your so-called ‘judgment’.

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              • bkbamma says:

                Perfect response R C! You need to copy/paste what you wrote and post it everywhere. You kept straight and simple and I believe with all my heart this will be the most important election of our lifetime and yet there are still those who allow themselves to buy into the garbage the media and elite puppet makers try to toss out in order to keep their ugly greed in tact. Again, thank you for your post,I will be sharing your simple and logical message

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              • aur1640 says:

                Thank you RC!! We need to be tough, show our resolve and fight with all our might or die!! Some libs I associate with think the whole election process is a circus with Trump in the race. For me, in their minds, they live in a circus and do their kabuki on a daily basis. The don’t understand what is at stake, much less understand their freedoms that are eroding away. For those that know, we know what to do… For those who don’t know or don’t care or want to be subjugated, don’t cry or whine. I hate pity parties…

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              • AMD_Afficionado says:

                No, you misunderstand. Trump is just a bad public speaker in general. He’s very entertaining to listen to, and he’s high-energy, but he’s unfortunately very low-focus.

                I want to hear the Trump who wrote (in a conversational tone) Time to Get Tough on the campaign trail, not this Trump who rambles on and on, refusing to be succinct and rarely answering the question asked. That, and being too nice, are what keep getting him into trouble as he talks himself into knots😦

                Trump recently said on Hannity that Ronald Reagan wasn’t very conservative. I agree with him on that, as it is a fact (especially Reagan 84-89, that was awful), but so far Trump isn’t presenting himself on the campaign trail as being much better.

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                • Martin says:

                  Trump is a fine speaker IMO.

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                • R-C says:

                  I “misunderstood” nothing. Your anti-Trump bias is plain for all to see.

                  Rest assured that your concerns have been noted, evaluated as *+’foolish’, and entered into the log as ‘Concern Trolling’.

                  Go ahead and vote for somebody else. See where that gets you. WE are going to elect Trump, the most authentic and best-prepared presidential candidate in modern times.

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          • Americafirst16 says:

            I think sometimes we expect to much from Trump. His schedule is grueling everyday. Look at yesterday, how many news conferences, rallies and interviews he did not including the debate. The other guys don’t do half as much and are much younger. They all had more time to prepare and certainly were briefed on how how the debate was to be structured to take down Trump. He fights hard all the time, for the average american every damn day ! We are so lucky to have him in our corner. A man who thrives on winning and has renewed energy with each attack, and the elite powers are relentless in their hate. Any one else would crumple. I am not a religious man, by any means, but Donald J. Trump is truly a gift for the Almighty. We are blessed to get this last chance to save our nation. We can not fail in our support and affection for this man .

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        • keebler AC says:

          He never said he wanted all foreign grads to get jobs here. Geesh! Stop misunderstanding what he said. You are perpetuating untruths and that is vastly harmful. Read more carefully please. Or you become a subject of superficial understanding and quick media sound bites.

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          • AMD_Afficionado says:

            Sadly, that is exactly what Trump said: in his 2011 book “Time to Get Tough” he proposed inviting all foreign graduates of US colleges to stay in the USA, which doesn’t jibe with his current “Americans first” policy, and he’s only “doubled down” on that sentiment during his 2016 run.

            Trump’s motivation for getting foreign grads to stay (why are they even here to begin with, they block education from Americans) has been that he wants them to create businesses and take jobs here, instead of having them create competing businesses in their homelands.

            Again, that sounds like Jebra-logic, but it is also a rather specious argument on Trump’s part as bona fide foreign competition isn’t a problem. It might become a problem, if Trump successfully defeats globalism and brings our companies home, but if that’s his point then he’s putting the cart before the horse.

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            • keebler AC says:

              I listen to his speeches at the rallies, and I can tell you that is NOT what he said. I won’t point out what is incorrect in your statement because you know what part is incorrect. I’m not going to play your misleading games. Suffice for others to know.

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              • AMD_Afficionado says:

                I know that you are flagrantly wrong on this issue. I’ve listened to Trump’s speeches and read his book.

                He wants all foreign grads to stay. Until he fixes that, he’s talked himself into holding two contradictory positions.

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            • petszmom says:

              you are incorrect but you already know that….what he said is based and loaded on the word ALL…you say he wants ALL to stay…wrongo…he phrased it as in only the best graduates because of course they would be the most capable and highly intelligent.

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            • Other posters here have refuted your allegations, AMD, but there is something else you’ve gotten wrong. Foreign students, their tuition paid by rich families or their governments, are pretty much what is keeping colleges and universities open these days.
              When the baby boom finished rambling through the halls of ivy (colleges) those institutions faced a crisis. The multiple professors the institutions had turned out were in danger of losing their high-pay, few hours, jobs. Student bodies were due to shrink drastically. What to do?
              Lure foreign students in with special visas and promises of prestigious American college degrees.
              As far as said students beling allowed to remain, I’d actually have no problem with that IF they took good productive jobs or founded their own companies. Actually, that is what many of them are doing. There is always room for more in a FREE MARKET. This is what Trump understands intuitively.

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              • AMD_Afficionado says:

                No, what keeps US colleges alive is that they get endless amounts of money from the feds outright and the federal loan surrogate SallieMae, meaning that they can raise their tuition with relative impunity.

                Colleges also have a stranglehold on the job market: you need a degree to get a job, and degrees are decreasing in value (eg: today’s masters is as much of a qualifier as yesteryear’s BS degree).

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        • photozombies says:

          Trump is a doer, not a talker. The fact that his entire life has been about action, not quacking is a real situation. Savage mentioned that Trump talks in short-hand. In his world talk is money lost. I understand this completely. When he says – “$19 trillion” as a sentence – he is finished. He knows what he’s talking about and most people do too. Let’s move on and take action…that is where he lives.

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          • AMD_Afficionado says:

            All of Trump’s public speaking problems would be solved in an instant if Trump would speak the same way that he writes his books.

            His books, specifically Time to Get Tough, are written in a conversational tone that is succinct. When Trump speaks, he rambles, going on tangent after tangent after tangent and rarely does he circle back to the original question (or even to previous tangents). This mystifies me, that he speaks so differently than he writes, as he writes as one would speak.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          It WASN’T a gaffe! Megyn didn’t specify work visa v/ immigrant, NOR the type of visa. There are Q visas for the truly ‘highly skilled’ (like Einstein at O1 & Von Braun… w/ their assistants at O2) OR F-1 student visas which let students work for a year post-graduation, many of whom might be considered by a layperson ‘highly skilled’ but are really simply well educated. (hopefully) Einstein’s we always should let in, providing they aren’t a foreign agent/terrorist/subversive. The students, that’s part of their school experience, for many, the post-doc, especially. H1-B’s is where the problem is. Now, don’t you think Megyn could have specified? She didn’t and imo, it was deliberate.

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          • AMD_Afficionado says:

            BTW Einstein is a poor example as he was what we would today call a flaming liberal, and he used his status to further pernicious liberal (redundant) causes. Which is to say that Einstein was subversive. Also he did much of his work in Europe, prior to emigrating.

            Trump should have known it was a “gotcha” and properly worded his response. He bumbled and, once again, had to quickly “clarify”.

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  2. Nick M says:

    This debate was CLEARLY a setup to push Kasich to win Ohio to throw off trumps lead. I can’t believe no one is seeing this.

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    • John Galt says:

      Duh

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    • mark4trump says:

      Interesting take – Kasich wasn’t attacked – hope that Trump still takes Ohio

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    • jeff says:

      who doesn’t see it? everyone knows what they’re trying to do. you think they started tonight?

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      • Ryan says:

        It’s fucking out there that the RNC establishment is willing to do anything to keep the REAL conservative at bay. It makes me worry. If trump does get the delegates. How far will the GOP go to deny him a republican? It’s obvious the party has become just like moderate democrats, and has allowed corporate enterprises to take over completely. I think the RNC wants Cruz/kasich ticket. North and south. Well Midwest and south. And Rubio is just sacrificing his career for this. He will be a K street lobbyist after all. Selling his soul and his senate seat all for the RNC. Trump is a business man. They are bringing shit up from 25 years ago about assault rifles???? Really? Banning assault rifles is now against the second amendment? Trump confuses me at times because of the lack of rebuttal against the accusations called against him. This also makes me wonder. Why would he sit there and not defend against donating to Cruz, Romney, Israel, his business? Either A. He is waiting for a right time, B. He doesn’t have a response. Or C. He’s being told what to say. Maybe he’s allowing the RNC to totally dismantle themselves and show how evil and nasty they really are. Either way, it seems the RNC is willing to burn everything down to the ground if they don’t have their way. It’s a troublesome time for our nation. Very disturbing.

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        • keebler AC says:

          Trump did defend on his donations. He said as a businessman he donated to 150 people the same year. A lot of the time he probably didn’t know who he donated to because he has a PR arm who does the donating. It was discovered that Cruz lied about Trump donating to Hillary four times. Stay calm. The debate attack has succeeded every time one of his supporters falls for the gambit and balks that Trump doesn’t have a chance to swat and duck every dung beetle thrown at him. He’s on that stage alone, literally. While the mods and the two goons attack him non-stop.

          Trump had wins which you could tell by some audience whistles when he educated them.

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        • keebler AC says:

          Trump has such a large enterprise, his PR department like most donate small sums to most anyone who asks. He did rebut but it was not the denial you are wanting. He said he donated to 150 that year, Clinton was just one of those “charities” that corporate social responsibility departments are required to do. Trump has said himself this is exactly why he wants to self-fund his campaign because he knows from business how lobbyists control the politician.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          You forgot D: sometimes, it’s best to let something slide by. Better to fight the ‘big’ or memorable issues, as opposed to everything. Had he done so, it would have been a 4.5 hour ‘debate’. He’s also confined by the 30 or 60 second rule. I noted w/ interest Meeagain gave him THREE attacks to respond to w/i 60 seconds. Trump even noted he deserved more time.

          Trump does NOT need this headache of running. At all. In the least. He’s doing it for that almost extinct reason. “Noblesse oblige” or a type of chivalry/honorable purpose which is, as Melania stated in an interview ‘selfless’.

          To suggest he’s being told what to do or say perhaps, the most ridiculous thing I’ve read on this forum.

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    • Raffaella says:

      Absolutely. All online polls show Kasich is second. But there are quite a few primaries that he will completely lose before Ohio. Kasich will be forgotten again.

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  3. AnnieMm says:

    So, Stephen Green (Vodkapundit) has his panties all in a wad over what Mr. Trump said about “torture” …(from his drunk blog of the debate tonight, https://pjmedia.com/blog/liveblogevent/drunkblogging-tonights-gop-debate-2).

    I’ve tried to comment at Instapundit where Glenn linked it, but to no avail:

    AnnieMm

    Oh my, should we tell our enemies, on US National TV, that we are wimps? Trump made the point that we are dealing with “animals” (ISIS, etc.). And he was mild calling them animals…

    Mr. Green – have you read Art of The Deal?

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  4. feralcatsblog says:

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  5. Derigitable says:

    Did Romney just throw his hat into the ring? http://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/forms/C00431171/1047622/

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  6. Sentient says:

    Maybe we can somehow get the Pope to stick his nose into our election again. If only he’d start trying to guilt us into taking more Muslim “refugees”. I’m sure people would just love that and Mr. Trump might have a thing or two to say about it.

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    • mark4trump says:

      Did anyone notice the Trump’s subtle reminder to Megyn of her Howard Stern interview? Ouch! She didn’t do much for her image in that venue.

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    • elena19501 says:

      We taking lot’s of them now, you just not being told. Obama is resettles them now with the help of Catholic charities. I think that is done by Pope in hopes that those who being help will turn into Catholics…He needs to live in the Middle East and see that is actually going on there, it any of Christian churches are allowed there, except Israel, where they flourish.

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  7. Ryan says:

    It’s fucking out there that the RNC establishment is willing to do anything to keep the REAL conservative at bay. It makes me worry. If trump does get the delegates. How far will the GOP go to deny him a republican? It’s obvious the party has become just like moderate democrats, and has allowed corporate enterprises to take over completely. I think the RNC wants Cruz/kasich ticket. North and south. Well Midwest and south. And Rubio is just sacrificing his career for this. He will be a K street lobbyist after all. Selling his soul and his senate seat all for the RNC. Trump is a business man. They are bringing shit up from 25 years ago about assault rifles???? Really? Banning assault rifles is now against the second amendment? Trump confuses me at times because of the lack of rebuttal against the accusations called against him. This also makes me wonder. Why would he sit there and not defend against donating to Cruz, Romney, Israel, his business? Either A. He is waiting for a right time, B. He doesn’t have a response. Or C. He’s being told what to say. Maybe he’s allowing the RNC to totally dismantle themselves and show how evil and nasty they really are. Either way, it seems the RNC is willing to burn everything down to the ground if they don’t have their way. It’s a troublesome time for our nation. Very disturbing.

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    • The Other Jim says:

      It looked like Trump found it hard to defend himself from at least four fronts-Cruz, Rubio, Kelly, and Wallace. He got beat up a little and Kasich looked like the winner in all of this. As for the GOPe’s tactics, they aren’t new. We saw them use claims of ‘racism’ against Christ McDaniel in MS, and even by the Faux-Conservatives in the UK against Trump’s counterpart in Nigel Farage of UKIP.

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    • lineabirgit says:

      donald trump isn’t a politician. he doesn’t prep and memorize or have handlers. in the real world, you roll your eyes and walk away from complete morons.

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      • EULER MILLIONAIRE says:

        unscripted is the vocabulary word. And like the un-cola, TRUMPASAURUS IS NOT a politician. Let’s make history—First BILLIONAIRE President who happens to have a higher IQ than the average of the last two Presidents. Don’t need a slide rule to figure this out. Learn quipper—and America enters the age of quantum politics.

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    • keebler AC says:

      Trump did rebut. But Megyn got into it like Candy Crowley assisting Little Narco with falsehoods about Trump’s enterprise. Trump pushed back on what she said, and then gave her the BBB report stating AAA. Megyn was seen nodding her head when Trump handed the document to them. Moderators are not supposed to get involved helping any candidate with their answer! That was a Candy Crowley moment but not a Mitt Romney moment because Trump pushed back so hard they both retreated.

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    • rodney says:

      It is a troublesome time for our nation.

      The sad fact is the Uniparty stole our representative Democracy from us over the decades and leaving us with a Potemkin Village version that Stalin would have endorsed.

      And the Unparty doesn’t want to give up it’s illegal power, so they’ve decided to declare war on Trump and those supporting him to put a end to our insurgency.

      In the end we will have to be as nasty and brutal as they are. They see kindness as weakness, and humility as a excuse to stomp on people. To paraphrase Karl Denninger, when you see them in the store, hospital or any venue, give them the middle-finger. We’re done being civil to treasonous scum who wants to reduce us to serfs. It’s the least we can do.

      We’re in a fight, like it or not for our very existence. The sooner we understand that as a people the better. Should the traitors win, they will drop the hammer on us. Right now they can’t, too many eyes are on them. But if they can remove Trump… things will start getting dark for us.

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  8. Fox News is so disgusting it makes me want to vomit. Seems like they helped Trump tonight with their bias.

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  9. ssupsky says:

    Don’t forget that cruz was a winner tonight too

    In the booger eating contest

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  10. ladyfortruth says:

    Don’t forget Newsmax Poll :Click on the newsmax.com link on the www and look where it says
    “Latest: Who won the GOP Debate? ” click there & vote.

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  11. A PRO TRUMP EVANGELICAL LEADER’S REVIEW OF DEBATE:

    “The Debate And The Attacks By Losers Against Donald Trump Pissed Off Millions Of Americans And Sealed The Deal To Vote TRUMP”
    By Walid Shoebat on March 4, 2016

    “As you watched the debate, the repeat of ‘attack Trump’ from all sides, it will make no difference on the outcome, attacking Trump will reveal, he is well equipped, and no matter what they hail on him, he is the unshakable White-Night who will win even more delegates in the next weeks than before. What will be remembered out of this whole debate is this:
    [VIDEO] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oiu501YlkgA [Trump Responds: “Look at These Hands, There – I Guarantee you There’s No Problem”]

    “I hear the silliest arguments: “I take my conservatism seriously” and “Trump is not a Christian” and an array of hypocrites lined up to denounce the Donald.

    “Haven’t all these learned a lesson from Pope Francis? That the more you try to cook Trump you will end up Top Ramen? Americans do not care about Donald’s civil lawsuit about some university.

    “Marco Rubio’s attacks, Ted Cruz attacks, Megyn Kelly’s attacks with Fox News, Mitt Romney’s attacks, the Top Ramen of the Republican establishment ridiculing Trump, just confirmed that Trump must really be a threat to the hated establishment. If people like Romney and the might of Fox News are this panicked about the real estate mogul getting the nomination, then he must be their man.” Read More Here: http://shoebat.com/2016/03/04/94496/

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  12. NewOrleans says:

    I think we need an entire Booger thread. Comments on YouTube, Breitbart, Twitter, etc are a RIOT!

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  13. One of the comments said Cruz was leading in Kansas, but new poll shows Trump up in KANSAS:
    Fort Hays St. University 2/19 – 2/26 LV
    Trump 26 Trump +12
    Cruz 14
    Rubio 13
    Kasich 3
    Carson 3

    Walid Shoebat is reporting:
    The American people are determined, they want Trump. All the polls show Trump is on top. In Kansas, Trump is up by 12 points; Kentucky, Trump is up by 13 points; Louisiana, Trump is up by 19 points; Michigan, Trump is up by 15 points; Mississippi, Trump is up by a whopping 24 points, Florida (Rubio’s home state), Trump is up 18 points; Illinois, Trump is up 15 points; North Carolina, Trump is up 10 points; and in Ohio, Trump is up 5 points.

    In fact, 86% of the Fox News poll condemned Romney and only 14% supported his anti-Trump speech.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/ks/kansas_republican_presidential_caucus-4322.html

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    • PremAmerica says:

      MQMC, thanks for this info from Kansas. Heartening to see. Kansas Sec of State endorsed Trump. So maybe, he has a chance.

      But Trump will under perform the polls by 5 – 10 points in Closed Caucus states (Trump out performs the Polls by 5 points in Open Primaries!) KS, KY, and Maine are all Closed Caucuses. He will be fine delegates wise. But your numbers point to a couple of possible Caucus Wins. That’ll be sweet.

      LA is a Primary and looks good. Tomorrow will be a nail biter in a couple of states.

      Tuesday ought to be a lot of fun.

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  14. When questioned, we are not necessarily prepared to answer, often times we say the first thing that comes to mind. Often times after mauling around the question we adjust our answers.

    Depending on how the questions are followed up, when they are followed up, our second and third responses can easily change to some extent. The other candidates know this is full well because if you follow them you will see their answers are in constant flux until the final determination has been settled.

    Rubio in particular is a snot nosed little prick who expects Donald answers to be spot on with what was initially asked

    Where I come from in Pittsburgh we have a name for someone like Rubio. Here in the Burg he be known as a jackoff, asshole would fit quite nicely to.

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  15. ladyfortruth says:

    This is the correct Poll for “The Street” (You have the wrong one posted)
    http://www.thestreet.com/story/13482811/1/trump-rubio-cruz-kasich-who-won-the-gop-debate.html

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  16. Quoting the BBB is probably not a great way to counter any complaints in the first place. Its controlled and funded by the very businesses it supposedly “rates”, and has no authority or legal standing to deal with complaints. It like even sketchier pre-internet Yelp.

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  17. Mike says:

    Is it just me or has this happened to others?:
    Last two times I voted at the blaze, When selecting Trump the bar next to Trump highlights and my vote goes to someone else (this time Kasich). Twice now?!?

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  18. Jo says:

    On Free Trade: Trump should remind people of Ross Perot’s comments when he was running for president to the effect that there would be a giant “sucking sound” of people losing their jobs because of companies and jobs going out of the U.S. overseas and elsewhere!

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  19. MzMaryMac says:

    I cannot believe my news feeds lately. I’ve got friends posting really crazy stuff about Trump all over the place. Some are saying if you are voting for Trump then unfriend me because I have no respect for you, etc… Some are posting things like he’s the devil, he’s a racist, posting the protesters and reporters getting roughed up by Trump’s minions, etc… My friends are a mix of liberals and conservatives. And most are saying how stupid anyone who votes for Trump is. And so vocal and abusive about it. Scares the crap out of me!

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    • DaveNY says:

      Sounds to me they the scared ones. When someone plays the racist or devil card they have lost the argument and what they are really doing is waving the white flag.

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    • elena19501 says:

      I actually getting new friends because of my whole hearted support for Trump)))

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    • screwauger says:

      I have several friends on FB who are all in for Bernie and if Hillary gets the nod, they say they are staying home. Of course, I barrage them daily with pro DT info and many have likely unfollowed me. I know I have a few of them with their DT bashing meme’s etc.

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  20. MVW says:

    These debates are the networks tool for destroying their own industry. There is no credibility left.

    That is all I have to say about last night’s debate.

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  21. Mark says:

    So sick of the Bushes, Romney and the rest. Bush domilshed the USA.
    Go Trump!!!

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  22. Mark says:

    Go Trump! Rid the moron establishment!

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  23. Mark says:

    Bush demolished the USA and led us almost to destruction. Cheney’s Haliburton buddies profited nearly 39 billion off Iraq war. Google it.

    Rid them all. Vote Trump!!!

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  24. Jeff Hresan says:

    As a 63 year old salesman, I am painfully reminded daily that Donald Trump does not wax eloquent. Having said that I am also aware that the other politicians may but are empty suits. Whether Bush, Rubio, Cruz or Kasich they are for the most part establishment choices. Trump like Ronald Reagan would put competent people around him to look good. We currently have a very systemic corrupt government. No other individual outside of Trump is going to clean house. To think otherwise is ignorance gone to seed!.

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